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Species iris distribution in No. America - the list


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?)


USA:

Alaska - setosa
Alabama - cristata,  fulva, hexagona, virginica, verna
Arizona - missouriensis
Arkansas - cristata, fulva, brevicaulis
California - bracteata, crysophylla, douglasiana, fernaldii,
hartweggi, innominata, macrosiphion, missouriensis, munzii, purdyi,
thompsonii, tenax, tenuissima

Colorado - missouriensis
Connecticut - prismatica, versicolor
Delaware - prismatica
Florida - hexagona, tridentata, virginica
Georgia - cristata, prismatica var. austrina, tridentata, virginica,
verna
Idaho - missouriensis
Illinois - brevicaulis, fulva, versicolor, virginica var. shrevei
Indiana - virginica var. shrevei
Iowa - virginica var. shrevei
Kansas - brevicaulis, virginica var. shrevei
Kentucky - brevicaulis, cristata, fulva, verna
Louisiana - brevicaulis, fulva, giganticerulea, hexagona, nelsonii,
virginica var. shrevei
Maine - prismatica, versicolor, setosa var. canadensis
Maryland - prismatica
Massachusetts - prismatica, versicolor
Michigan - lacustris, versicolor
Minnesota - virginica var. shrevei, versicolor
Mississippi - fulva, brevicaulis, giganticerulea, hexagona, virginica
Missouri - cristata, fulva, brevicaulis, virginica var. shrevei
Montana - missouriensis
Nebraska - missouriensis
Nevada - missouriensis
New Hampshire - prismatica, versicolor
New Jersey - prismatica, versicolor
New Mexico - missouriensis
New York - prismatica, versicolor
North Carolina - cristata, prismatica var. austrina, tridentata,
virginica, verna
North Dakota - missouriensis
Ohio - cristata, brevicaulis, fulva, lacustris, versicolor, virginica
var. shrevei
Oklahoma - cristata
Oregon - bracteata, crysophylla, douglasiana, innominata,
missouriensis, thompsonii, tenax, tenuis

Pennsylvania - prismatica, versicolor
Rhode Island - prismatica, versicolor
South Carolina - cristata, tridentata, virginica, verna
South Dakota - missouriensis
Tennessee - cristata, brevicaulis, fulva, prismatica var. austrina,
verna
Texas - brevicaulis, hexagona, virginica var. shrevei
Utah - missouriensis
Vermont - versicolor
Virginia - cristata, prismatica, versicolor, virginica, verna
Washington - missouriensis, tenax
West Virginia - cristata
Wisconsin - lacustris, versicolor
Wyoming - missouriensis

Canada:

Alberta - missouriensis
British Columbia - missouriensis
Labrador - versicolor, setosa var. canadensis
Manatoba - versicolor
New Brunswick - versicolor, setosa var. canadensis
Newfoundland - versicolor, setosa var. canadensis
Nova Scotia - prismatica, setosa var. canadensis, versicolor
Ontario - lacustris, versicolor, virginica var. shrevei
Prince Edward Island - versicolor, setosa var. canadensis
Quebec - versicolor, setosa var. canadensis

Mexico - missouriensis



"It doesn't matter how you get there if you don't know where you're
going." ......  Dmitri Karamazov 

Rodney Barton
Hickory Creek, (North Central) Texas, USA
Zone 7/8, typical temp range 15 - 105 F (-9 - 41 C)
AIS, SIGNA, SPCNI, SLI, FWIS, Iris-L







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