AIZOON CANARIENSE PDF

Veslingia heisteri Fabr. It is often only a few cm tall and wither quickly and totally after seeding. The apetalous, stemless flowers are greenish outside and yellowish within, with a perianth of mm long lobes. This species is very variable in the size of its parts and in its degree of hairiness. The tissue of these succulents can store water that may be used later in the growing season. They are characterized by shallow roots and survive throughout a season longer than other ephemerals.

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Aizoon procumbens, Aizoon spathulatum, Glinus chrystallinus, Glinus procumbens, Veslingia caulifloris, Veslingia heisteri Common names My notes Was almost absent in spring and summer of , probably because of dry weather. Brown pentagonal stellate prostrate, depressed centrally fruits of a desert plant Aizoon canariense local name Jafna.

Harrarah, 40 miles south-west from Doha, Qatar, March 12, Star shaped prostrate yellow flowers of a desert plant Aizoon canariense local name Jafna. Harrarah, 40 miles south-west from Doha, Qatar, March 12, Purslane-leaved aizoon Aizoon canariense on a hill north-west from oil tank farm in Haloul Island Jazirat Halul. Qatar, April 19, Shoot of purslane-leaved aizoon Aizoon canariense on a hill north-west from oil tank installation in Haloul Island Jazirat Halul.

Qatar, April 19, Shoot of purslane-leaved aizoon Aizoon canariense with flowers and ovaries on a hill north-west from oil tank installation in Haloul Island Jazirat Halul. Qatar, April 19, Emerging seeds of purslane-leaved aizoon Aizoon canariense on a hill north-west from oil tank installation in Haloul Island Jazirat Halul. Doha, Qatar, April 14, Seedling of purslane-leaved aizoon Aizoon canariense in a depression on roadside of a road to Zubara, area of Al Magdah farms.

Northern Qatar, January 29, Blooming purslane-leaved aizoon Aizoon canariense in area of Jabal Al Jassasiya, on north-eastern coast. Qatar, January 29, Seedlings of purslane-leaved aizoon Aizoon canariense in area of Jabal Al Jassasiya, on north-eastern coast. Qatar, January 29, Seedlings of purslane-leaved aizoon Aizoon canariense on sand in area of Jabal Al Jassasiya, on north-eastern coast.

Qatar, January 29, Seedlings of purslane-leaved aizoon Aizoon canariense on stony ground in area of Jabal Al Jassasiya, on north-eastern coast. Qatar, January 29, Young plant of purslane-leaved aizoon Aizoon canariense with a flower in area of Jabal Al Jassasiya, on north-eastern coast. Qatar, January 29, Star shaped plant of purslane-leaved aizoon Aizoon canariense in a large roadside depression near Route 77 to Ras Laffan.

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Aizoon canariense

Growing form: Perennial herb. Rootstock thin. Height: 20—40 cm 8—16 in. Stem erect, bristly, reddish brown base. Flower: Corolla regular actinomorphic , yellow, approx. Sepals 5, different lengths, blunt.

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