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Re: A new crested iris???

  • Subject: Re: A new crested iris???
  • From: "flatnflashy" <flatnflashy@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Sun, 22 Nov 2009 23:23:26 -0000


whatever it is that it is that it is, I'm sure those speckles and horns will have someone climbing that mountain at the right time to bring a piece down before very long.


--- In iris-photos@yahoogroups.com, Jim Murrain <jimmurrain@...> wrote:
> A mysterious iris found in NE India, the Eastern Aranachal Pradesh
> at about 9,500'. Photos taken last June by Pete Boardman of the United
> Kingdom. This was found on an eastern facing, steep hillside in a clearing
> surrounded by rhododendron and trees to about 25'. Unfortunately it was
> too early for seeds and no plants were collected.
> Anyone recognize this iris? Obviously it has an affinity to I. tectorum
> and I. milesii. Could this be a new species or just a variant of I. tectorum
> or I. milesii with wet droopy falls?
> --
> Jim Murrain
> 8871 NW Brostrom Rd
> Kansas City, MO 64152-2711

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