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[PHOTO] SPEC: Iris hermona

Hi all,

These are some snapshots of Iris hermona taken in the central Golan area in 
Israel just 20 kilometers from the Iris grant-duffii habitat. This particular 
habitat is very popular with sightseers but fortunately there were few because 
it was in the middle of the week... 

This species grows in dry or medium-dry open places like pasture lands. The 
flowers are very large; about 15 cm in diameter as well as in height. Note the 
different patterns in the flags: There were flowers with veins and dots and 
those with veins only. There is also variability in the brown tone of the 
falls' speckles. 



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