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Adding new information for Iris antilibanotica:

Botanical Synonyms: (i.e. Iris brevicaulis)
Classification: (i.e. Eupogon, Hexagonae, Spuria)
Common Names: (i.e. miniature dwarf bearded iris)
Chromosome Count: (i.e. 2n=44, 4n=108, etc.)

General Description: (i.e. dwarf, with yellow flowers)
Distinguishing Features: (i.e. sickle-shaped foliage)
Preferred Habitat: (i.e. open, rocky, well draining locations)
Hardiness: (i.e. Zone 8-10, requires dry summers)

Native Range: (i.e. Greece, Western Turkey)
Status in the Wild: (i.e. unknown, probably common)
Commercial Availability: (i.e. rare, SIGNA, NARGS)

Sources Cited: (i.e. "Iris" book by Fritz Kohlein)
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