Dataset: BRY-V
Taxa: iris => Iris, Iris
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Brigham Young University, S. L. Welsh Herbarium


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Iris L.
BRYV0014933Stanley L. Welsh   s.n.1994-03-22
South Africa, Cape Point, South Africa. Oliphosbos road, near coast.

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BRYV0014911dÕAlleizette   s.n.1961-02-10
Algeria, Coteaux boises des environ dÕAlger.

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BRYV0014909Max Nydegger   s.n.1975-09-04
Italy, Puglie, 7 km w Monte S. Angelo., 620m

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BRYV0014904A. Karolyi   7611965-06-16
Hungary, Zala In graminosis Gordoveny dulo dit. pr.opp. NAGYKANIZSA., 150m

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Iris L.
BRYV0014901Howard C. Stutz   11141961-05-10
Iran, Islamic Republic Of, 8 mi N of summit, S slope, 50 mi N of Kiraj., 2073m

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Iris L.
BRYV0014900Howard C. Stutz   10401961-05-05
Iran, Islamic Republic Of, 30 mi W of Qom., 1585m

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Iris L.
BRYV0014889Stanley L. Welsh   203221981-04-21
U.S.A., Utah, Utah, 129 N 1000 E, Orem.

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Iris L.
BRYV0014887Larry C. Higgins   276962007-05-14
U.S.A., Utah, Washington, Pine Valley., 37.396 , 1979m

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Iris cachtii
BRYV0014884Howard C. Stutz   3841960-07-26
Turkey, Beynam forest (endemic here) newly described-Mayer.

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Iris sudacorus
BRYV0014875Kaye H. Thorne   82011990-10-22
U.S.A., Utah, Utah, Alem Lake, Salem.

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BRYV0014871L. F. Henderson   s.n.1931-05-23
U.S.A., Oregon, Lane, Mccredie Springs.

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BRYV0014723Fred S. Beattie   s.n.1929-07-08
U.S.A., New Hampshire, Rockingham, Hampton Beach.

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BRYV0014721F. H. Sargent   s.n.1947-06-07
U.S.A., Virginia, 4 mi. NW of Waverly, Va.

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BRYV0014720Herbert E. Sargent   s.n.1913-07-08
U.S.A., Massachusetts, Fresh Pond marshes. West Cambridge.

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Iris hartwegi
BRYOGDF01470William A. Dayton   3201913-06-21
U.S.A., California, Shasta, Shasta NF; In and near repro. Study plots 43 & 44; Sweetbriar Creek range., 1006m

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BRYV0183851Jared B. Meek   92017-05-05
U.S.A., Utah, Utah, Hobble Creek Canyon along Hobble Creek Bike Path, 1 mi E of Burt Spring Pond., 40.1542 -111.5393, 1496m

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BRYV0183703Jared B. Meek   1292017-05-21
U.S.A., Washington, Lincoln, S of Sand Rd. near pond, ca. 1.95 air mi from jct. of U.S. Route 2 and Bodeau Rd., 47.7413 -118.7885, 646m

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BRYV0205118Mark Madsen   98562018-06-05
U.S.A., Utah, Garfield, Found in the West Fork of Boulder Creek ca 20 air miles NNW of Boulder Town., 2774m

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BRYV0172986G. Ledyard Stebbins   80001971-03-28
U.S.A., California, Solano, 2 miles west of Cordelia at junction of Interstate Highway number 80 and highway to Napa. (Exact location unknown. Coordinates estimated by label maker)., 38.21 -122.1625, 30m

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BRYV0204167Joseph M. DeTemple   1742019-07-19
U.S.A., Utah, Utah, South of Provo off of 950 E, behind Vox Marketing Group building (E 2260 S). East pond of East Bay Golf Course., 40.20333 -111.64305, 1371m

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Iris setosa Pall. ex Link
BRYV0265584S. S. Talbot   23-X-11991-07-17
U.S.A., Alaska, Kenai Peninsula, Kenai National Widlife Refuge; 0.3 km NNE of Little Merganser Lake., 60.73 -150.6, 69m

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Iris setosa Pall. ex Link
BRYV0263172S. S. Talbot   3A-X-51991-07-07
U.S.A., Alaska, Kenai Peninsula, 1.5 km SSE of Mosquito Lake, 60.62 -150.79, 91m

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BRYV0268644Robert L. Johnson   75772021-05-25
U.S.A., Washington, Lincoln, 0.15 rd mi west of jct with Woodtick-Knack Rd on Whittaker Lake Rd. Ca 9 air mi wsw of downtown Davenport., 47.6156 -118.33694, 717m

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BRYV0302069N. Duane Atwood   284602002-06-25
U.S.A., Idaho, Blaine, Hot spring area, directly near hot spring & creek, along Hwy 20/26/93, CMNM., 43.36416 -113.78736, 1537m

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BRYV0303146J. F. Smith   189642023-06-01
U.S.A., Oregon, Union, NF Road 2155 ca. 1 mile south of NF road 21., 45.32849 -118.31869, 1036m


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