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Published In: Dansk Botanisk Arkiv 4(3): 18. 1922. (Dansk Bot. Ark.) Name publication detail

Project Name Data (Last Modified On 10/10/2018)
Acceptance : Accepted
Species profile     (Last Modified On 11/25/2019)
Typical Adult Height Range (m): 2-4
Exceptional Height (m) [Note: often only attained in more mesic conditions]: 5
Life Form: Shrubby Tree
Elevation Range (meters above sea level): 0-199, 200-399, 400-799, 800-1199, 1200-1799
Habitat(s): Dunes, Hills/Plateaus
Substrate(s): Sandy, Rocky
Underlying Rock Type(s): Gypsum, Calcareous
- Detailed Veg. Information: Acacia - Commiphora bushland, semi - desert scrub
Global Regions of Occurrence: North Africa, North-east Africa, West Asia
- Geographic Range: Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, Djibouti, Somalia and Jor, Saudi Arabia, Yemen
Single-country Endemic: No
IUCN Redlist Category: NE (Not Evaluated)
Succulence: Succulent Stems
Leaf Duration: Deciduous
Propagation Technique(s): Cuttings
Uses: Food/Beverages, Fuel, Timber, Forage/Fodder, Medicinal, Chemicals

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