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Tags: irises

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February 1, 2018

Description

Quick fact card about pale yellow iris, an aquatic invasive species in Alberta. Pale yellow iris is a perennial aquatic plant native to Africa, Asia and Europe which was likely introduced to North America as an ornamental plant. Pale yellow iris has been found isolated locations in Alberta.


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June 1, 2005

Description

This wildlife status report looks at the western blue blag, which is the only species of iris native to Alberta. Distributed primarily in the western United States, it penetrates Canada along the southeastern flanks of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta. It is considered rare in Canada and is...


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March 1, 2004

Description

The western blue flat conservation program, managed by the Alberta Conservation Association, was established to deliver the monitoring and stewardship activities identified in the Action plan. In 2003, two new landowners joined the program for a total of eight participants. In 2002, a monitoring...


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February 1, 2003

Description

In Canada, naturally occurring western blue flag is known only from a small area of southwestern Alberta. Because of its restricted range and small population size, the species is listed as Threatened in the province. A maintenance and recovery plan was developed for the species. Major objectives...


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April 1, 2002

Description

The western blue flag is listed as Threatened in Alberta. The plan provides background information on the plant, describes the threats facing the species, outlines proposed strategies to address these threats, and presents an action plan that lists priority actions required to maintain and...


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February 1, 2002

Description

In Canada, naturally occurring populations of western blue flag (Iris missouriensis) are restricted to the southwestern comer of Alberta. Because of its limited range and abundance, it was listed as threatened under the Alberta Wildlife Act. Earlier status reports indicated that the population...


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July 1, 2000

Description

In Canada, all of the known naturally occurring populations of western blue flag occur in the Cardston area of southwestern Alberta, within 10 km of the United States border. Prior to this project, six sites of naturally occurring western blue flag were confirmed in Alberta. As a result of...


Views: 242
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June 1, 1999

Description

This wildlife status report looks at the western blue blag, which is the only species of iris native to Alberta. Distributed primarily in the western United States, it penetrates Canada along the southeastern flanks of the Rocky Mountains in Alberta. It is considered rare in Canada and is...