■ (SPEC) Iris bostrensis Mouterde
1954, Botanical author Mouterde
Iris bostrensis Mouterde
, 1954); Section Oncocyclus
; 4-6" (10-15 cm); Deep purple-brown spots and veins on a yellowish, greenish or brown ground. Beard dense, yellow; signal deep maroon. Bull. Soc. Bot. France 101, 420 1954);
| Iris bostrensis Mouterde, Bull. Soc. Bot. France 101: 420 (1955).
| Described as Iris atropurpurea var. purpurea Dinsm. in G.E.Post, Fl. Syria, ed. 2, 2: 600 (1933).
| More reference: Sapir, Y., A. Shmida, and H. P. Comes. 2001. Iris bismarckiana in Israel and Jordan - new findings and taxonomic remarks. Israel Journal of Plant Sciences 49:229-235
var. purpurea Dinsm. in G.E.Post, Fl. Syria, ed. 2, 2: 600 (1933).
Distribution and Cultivation
| Distribution: Region: North Jordan and South Syria (around the town of Buseira).
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