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Re: HIST:pumila atroviolacea

From: Tom Tadfor Little <tlittle@telp.com>

><< What is 'pumila atroviolacea?'  Given the history it is surely not a true
> Iris pumila.  Is it instead a form of Iris lutescens ('I. chamaeiris')? >>

I think it's usually taken to be a hybrid between I. pumila and one of the
lutescens dwarfs. 

Tom Tadfor Little                   tlittle@telp.com
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