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Rubtzoff, P. 1959. Iris pseudacorus and Caltha palustris in California. Leaflets of Western Botany 9(2):31-32.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 10756
Type: Journal Article
Author: Rubtzoff, P.
Date (year): 1959
Article Title:Iris pseudacorus and Caltha palustris in California.
Journal Name: Leaflets of Western Botany
Volume: 9
Issue: 2
Pages: 31-32
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Keywords: Iris pseudacorus, yellow iris, California
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Iris pseudacorus

    CA - marsh 1.4 mi E of Forestville, in open marshy ground and shallow water along a dirt road that crosses the marsh
    CA - marsh 1.4 mi E of Forestville, in open marshy ground and shallow water along a dirt road that crosses the marsh
    CA - marsh 1.4 mi E of Forestville, in open marshy ground and shallow water along a dirt road that crosses the marsh
    CA - marsh 1.4 mi E of Forestville, in open marshy ground and shallow water along a dirt road that crosses the marsh
    CA - marsh 1.4 mi E of Forestville, in open marshy ground and shallow water along a dirt road that crosses the marsh
    CA - Lyon Springs, Matilija Canyon
    CA - swamp 2 miles W of Montague
    CA - Searsville Lake (edge)


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