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SPEC: I. bakeriana

Bill Shear wrote:

>  Baker's system has much to recommend it, seems to me.

>  There is an Iris bakeriana in the reticulata group--named for Baker by=

>  Michael Foster?

Yes, I believe that Foster was the first
to describe I. bakeriana and named it
in honor of  J. G. Baker.

But I claim no special expertise
concerning the bulbous groups.  =

Perhaps someone else can supply
the long version of the story.

Sharon McAllister

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