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[PHOTO] SPEC: Iris petrana

Hi all, 

This is Iris petrana, a small species growing in the Negev desert of southern 
Israel and in adjacent areas of Jordan. 

I saw them in a nature reserve and found them to be amazingly varied in 
flower color, size and shape. I had a hard time to select just a few photos so 
you won't get bored ;-)

When looking at them, always reming yourselves that this is a natural 
population, without any hybridizers hands in it. We are talking about  
variability in a natural habitat... 



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