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Hyoscyamus desertorum (Asch. ex Boiss.) Täckh.

Description

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It is a viscid-hairy stout annual plant with simple, or branched stems. Leave are ovate to rhombic, with entire margins or with a few triangular teeth. The upper leaves are narrower, sessile, and shorter than the calyx, and a petiole as long as the lamina. Flowers are with yellow corolla with a purple throat. The fruit is a capsule.

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Distribution in Egypt

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Galala Desert, Isthmic Desert, Mountainous Southern Sinai.

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Global Distribution

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Egypt, Palestine, Syria, northeast Saudi Arabia.

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Habitat

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Sandy soils.

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Life Expectancy

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Annual

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Size

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Height: 25-50 cm.

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