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(Spec) Iris paradoxa forma albo-lutescens Van T.

1932, Van Tubergen

'Paradoxa Albo-Lutescens' ( C. G. Van Tubergen, 1932). Section Oncocyclus . 4-10" (10-25 cm). Color Code-W6; Transparent pure white-colored standards, the falls having the typically strap-shaped form of I. paradoxa, and these are of a yellow color, thickly covered with short hairs of a brownish-yellow; the end of the falls bear a triangular-shaped mahogany-brown spot; Van Tubergen 1938; (form of Iris paradoxa with white standards and yellow falls). [Iris paradoxa Steven].

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