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Studies in the Iridaceae,--V
Contributions from the Gray Herbarium of Harvard University
H. angusta of authors, as to most specimens cited. Corm ovoid to subglobose, to 1.2 cm. high and 1 cm. wide, the firm tunics subimbricate, apically short-cusped, the bases smoothly and regularly V-notched. Basal leaves 2-3, to 32 cm. long, 2-3 mm. wide, basally sheathing, linear, acute, glabrous, the midrib and edges rather prominent; cauline leaves 1-2, very long-sheathing, to 22 cm. long. Stem 1-4-branched, to 40 cm. tall, terete, glabrous, the main axis with a lax, distichous, 2-6-flowereddoi:10.5962/p.336351 fatcat:ciftqeizyndfnnl7anfogjrjma