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Iaib -- who is usually refered to by his throne name, Wahibre -- spent ten or so years in office, and is lited as the 29th ruler in the Turin Canon. He is also listed with a series of four kings as number 33 -- the notes I found didn't say whether this was the same version of the paprys, etc. He came to power after either Sobekhotep V or Sobekhotep IV, although it is not know if he was related to them.
Wahibre had a relatively stable reign, and his sucessor, Ay, also held the throne for a few years in relative peace. After that, the chronology starts to fall apart and dozens of kings take one throne or the other for very short periods.
He didn't leave behind any known monuments, but did leave behind a number of scarab seals found in Lebannon, cylidner seals with his name, and a stela with his name and titles inscribed, among other artifacts.