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Xyris iridifolia Chapman. Irisleaf Yellow-eyed-grass. Phen: Jul-Sep. Hab: Marshes, upland pond margins, blackwater river channels, floodplain pools, other wet habitats. Dist: Se. VA south to ne. FL and FL Panhandle, west to e. TX; disjunct in c. TN and Mexico.

Origin/Endemic status: Native

Synonymy: = C, GW1, RAB, S, Tx, Va, Kral (1966a); = Xyris laxifolia Mart. var. iridifolia (Chapm.) Kral – Ar, ETx1, FNA22, K1, K3, K4, Tn, WH3, Bridges & Orzell (2003)

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