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A new Anthemis(Asteraceae) from Saudi Arabia

  • A. Ghafoor (a1) and T. A. Al-Turki (a1)

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Anthemis sheilae A. Ghafoor & T. A. Al-Turki (Asteraceae: Anthemideae), an endemic species closely related to A. scrobicularis Yavin, A. haussknechtii Boiss. & Reut. and A. dicksoniae A. Ghafoor, is described along with an illustration and distribution map.

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Collenette, S. 1985. An Illustrated Guide to the Flowers of Saudi Arabia. Flora Publication 1, Meteorological and Environmental Protection Administration, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. London: Scorpion Publishing Ltd.
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Ghafoor, A. & Al-Turki, T. A. 1997. A synopsis of the genus Anthemis L. (Compositae-Anthemideae) in Saudi Arabia. Candollea 52: 457474.

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A new Anthemis(Asteraceae) from Saudi Arabia

  • A. Ghafoor (a1) and T. A. Al-Turki (a1)

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