NAS - Nonindigenous Aquatic Species
Raven, P.H., and J.H. Thomas. 1970. Iris pseudacorus in western North America. Madroño 20(8):390-391. https://www.jstor.org/stable/41426003.
Reference Number: 10753
Type: Journal Article
Author: Raven, P.H., and J.H. Thomas
Date (year): 1970
Article Title:Iris pseudacorus in western North America
Journal Name: Madroño
Keywords: Iris pseudacorus, yellow iris, California, Montana, Canada
Iris pseudacorus MT - Mission Valley OR - Columbia County OR - Benton County CA - Merced River CA - Forestville CA - Mettlers Station CA - Yountville CA - Santa Cruz CA - Franks tract in the delta of the San Joaquin River CA - Sand Mound Slough, about 1.3 miles southwest of Franks Tract CA - Rock Slough, about 1.2 miles east of junction with Sand Mound Slough CA - southwest corner of Quimby Island CA - southeast end of Mandeville Island
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