Cylindropuntia rosea (DC.) Backeb, (Cactaceae): a new generic alien record in the flora of Saudi Arabia

  title={Cylindropuntia rosea (DC.) Backeb, (Cactaceae): a new generic alien record in the flora of Saudi Arabia},
  author={Sami Asir Al-Robai and Saad Mohammed Howladar and Haidar Abdalgadir Mohamed and Abdelazim Ali Ahmed},
  journal={Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity},

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