(SPEC) Iris subfulva Small aka 'Subfulva'
(John Kunkel Small
, R. 1931, S. Louisiana). Vinicolores Section; Color Code-R; Flower stalk erect, rigid: sepals recurved, 7-8 cm long, the claw yellow, its wings penciled and flushed brown-red, the blade intense orange red, sometimes paler or darker, rather veiny, the central zone darker, the crest yellow, split nearly to the base of the sepal-blade by the dark median vein: petals orange-red, somewhat veiny: style-branches dark orange red, paler on the sides and wings, the wing margins yellowish; appendages flushed yellow: anther-tips exserted: [Collected Louisiana Iris].
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