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Re: Species iris distribution in No. America - the list


Please add I. verna to your list for Arkansas.

Beth Matney <bmatney@mail.snider.net>
central Arkansas USDA zone 7b

>Date: Mon, 16 Dec 1996 12:22:22 -0600
>From: Rodney Barton <rbarton@admingw.hsc.unt.edu>
>To: iris-l@rt66.com
>Subject: Species iris distribution in No. America - the list
>Message-ID: <s2b53f95.014@admingw.hsc.unt.edu>
>For those of you interested in finding native iris near you, here is a
>listing, by state/province, of the iris species found in North
>America.  It is based on a list by Roy Davidson in SIGNA (the species
>iris group newsletter) No .7 April 1971.  I have updated it based on
>information from several sources including Iris-l discussions. 
>Comments and corrections are welcome.  (Would one of you webmasters
>out there host a graphic from of this if I produce the pages?)
>Alaska - setosa
>Alabama - cristata,  fulva, hexagona, virginica, verna
>Arizona - missouriensis
>Arkansas - cristata, fulva, brevicaulis
>California - bracteata, crysophylla, douglasiana, fernaldii,

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