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Ethnoflora of the Soqotra Archipelago
Ethnoflora of the Soqotra Archipelago is an attractive, user-friendly manual to the plants of this little-known but botanically important group of islands, situated off the Horn of Africa and…
Plants of Dhofar, The Southern Region of Oman: Traditional, Economic, and Medicinal Uses
Getting the books plants of dhofar the southern region of oman traditional now is not type of inspiring means. You could not without help going similar to ebook collection or library or borrowing…
Population genetic structure in the endemic Begonia of the Socotra archipelago
IMPORTANT PLANT AREAS IN THE ARABIAN PENINSULA
An Important Plant Area programme has been initiated for the Arabian region by the IUCN Arabian Plant Specialist Group. The aim of this programme is to assess hotspots of plant diversity in the…
IMPORTANT PLANT AREAS IN THE ARABIAN PENINSULA: 1. JABAL QARAQIR
The geology, fauna and flora of the Qaraqir site is described and the first botanical checklist of the area is provided, which designates the locality as an IPA due to the quality of the wadi vegetation and the presence of endemic and biogeographically relictual species.
ARABIA'S LAST FORESTS UNDER THREAT: PLANT BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION IN THE VALLEY FOREST OF JABAL BURA (YEMEN)
Flora of the Arabian Peninsula and Socotra Volume 1
Studies in the Flora of Arabia: XXVII. Some new taxa from the Arabian Peninsula
The following new taxa from the Arabian Peninsula are described: Diplotaxis kohlaanensis A. Miller & J. Nyberg (Cruciferae), Phragmanthera austroarabica A.Miller and J.nyberg (Amaranthaceae), and Oncocalyx doberae (Schweinf).
A taxonomic revision of Socotran Indigofereae (Leguminosae—Papilionoideae) with insights into the phytogeographical links of the Socotran Archipelago
This study indicates that the closest relatives of the Socotran Indigofereae are to be found in African lineages, and suggests that following the separation of the islands from mainland Africa some Indig ofereae would have reached the archipelago as a result of recent, long-distance dispersal events.