Vegetation and Grazing in the St . Katherine Protectorate , South Sinai , Egypt

@inproceedings{Guenther2006VegetationAG,
  title={Vegetation and Grazing in the St . Katherine Protectorate , South Sinai , Egypt},
  author={Rebecca Guenther and Francis Gilbert and Samy M. Zalat and Kamel A Salem},
  year={2006}
}
Plants were surveyed in the St. Katherine Protectorate of South Sinai, Egypt. The most frequently recorded plant species include: Artemisia herba-alba, Artemisia judaica, Fagonia arabica, Fagonia mollis, Schismus barbatus, Stachys aegyptiaca, Tanacetum sinaicum, Teucrium polium and Zilla spinosa. Dominant plant families were Compositae, Graminae, Labiatae… CONTINUE READING