Vascular Plants

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Iris orientalis Mill., legitimate, scientific secondary reference apni
Boltenkov, E.V. & GŁner, A. (27 July 2021), Nomenclatural remarks on Iris orientalis (Iridaceae) and four related names including the Linnaean I. ochroleuca. Phytotaxa 512(3): 207 [secondary reference]
  • Lectotype: "... designated here):?[Specimen from a cultivated plant]. [Label 1, handwritten by Miller]: Iris corollis barbatis, germinibus trigonis, foliis ensiformibus longissimis, caule foliis longiore biflor; Miller?s Icones, [fl.], 1757, s. coll. s.n. (BM000832619! [digital image available at https://data.nhm.ac.uk/dataset/collection-specimens/resource/05ff2255-c38a-40c9-b657-4ccb55ab2feb/record/4258670])."

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Iris orientalis Mill.

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