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[PHOTO] SPEC: Iris haynei

Hi all,

These are some snapshots of Iris haynei growing in the Gilboa mountains above 
the Jordan Valley in Israel. I travelled to this place last year at the 
beginning of the Iris haynei blooming season and came back this year during the 
peak days. The area is fertile, partially afforested with Pinus species and 
semi-arid. The place is very popular with school field trips and other groups 
but largely intact. Flower size varies but is on the upper end of the Israeli 
oncocyclus species. Iris haynei forms small clusters with few flowers at a 

These pics are from my digital camera as the analog prints aren't ready yet. So 
maybe there are better pics forthcoming. 



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