Iris cedreti Dinsm.
Names
Common name : Cedar iris - Iris des Cèdres
Arabic name : سوسن الأرز
Bibliographic References
2009
• Saad L. , Talhouk S.N., Mahy G. Decline of endemic Oncocyclus irises (Iridaceae) of Lebanon: survey and conservation needs. Oryx. 2009. 43, pp 91-96. doi:10.1017/S0030605308000380.
• Saad, L. , Mahy, G. Molecular and morphological variation of rare endemic oncocyclus irises (Iridaceae) of Lebanon. Botanical Journal of the Linnean Society. 2009. 159: 123–135. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8339.2008.00896.x
2002
• Georges Tohmé & Henriette Tohmé. 2002. A THOUSAND AND ONE FLOWERS OF LEBANON. Publications of the LEBANESE UNIVERSITY, Beirut, Republic of Lebanon.
1997
• A Guide to Species Irises. Cambridge University Press. British Iris Society, Species Group.
1984
• Paul Mouterde. 1984. Nouvelle flore du Liban et de la Syrie. Editions de l'Impr. catholique, Beyrouth, 3 tomes.
1977
• Avishai M. , Zohary D. Chromosomes in the Oncocyclus Irises. Botanical Gazette. Dec. 1977. Vol. 138, No. 4, pp. 502-511. Published by: The University of Chicago Press.
1974
• The Genus Iris. Cambridge University Press.
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Ecology
Endemic to : Lebanon
Habitat : Terrain rocheux
Genetics
Chromosome Number: 20 (2x)
Genome size :
Herbarium
Morphology and seeds
Botanic description :
  • Tige cylindrique 20-50 cm avec des feuilles aussi longue que les sapthes.Fleur de 7-8.5 cm , tépales plus foncés que l'iris sofarana.
Presence in Protected area
Relevance to Humans and Ecosystems
Altitude
2200 m
 
1800 m
Distribution

Flowering period
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