Species Iris Group of North America

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Credits: Iris fulva, photo by D. Kramb, May 2005. (D. Kramb, 25-MAY-05)

Comments: This flower bloomed with 4 flower parts rather than the usual three. This is not uncommon with irises and it seems to be weather related. (D. Kramb, 25-MAY-05)

This image was used to create the logo for the Iris Species Database (see top left image on your screen). (D. Kramb, 31-DEC-05)

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