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■ (SPEC) Iris dykesii Stapf

1933, botanical author Stapf

'Dykesii' (Otto Stapf, 1933, China); Section Limniris, Series Sibericae )SIB); white and yellow veins in the centers. Styles purple, anthers purple, gray green foliage to 36 cm. sent to Dykes from Leningrad, came possibly from China; Possibly of hybrid origin. Curtis's Botanical Magazine 155; tab. 9282. 1933, illustrated in color; Yr. Bk., I.S.(E.) 36. 1933

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