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Convolvulus auricomus (A. Rich) Bhandari

Synonyms

Convolvulus capitatus, Convolvulus faurotii, Convolvulus glomeratus, Ipomoea auricoma

Common names

Oleiq

LinkFlowers of bindweed (Convolvulus glomeratus, Convolvulus auricomus) near a road to Zubara in area of Al Magdah farms in northern Qatar, May 2, 2014
Location on mapsUnnamed Road, Al-Ghuwayriyah, Qatar
LinkFlower buds of bindweed (Convolvulus glomeratus, Convolvulus auricomus) near a road to Zubara in area of Al Magdah farms in northern Qatar, May 2, 2014
Location on mapsUnnamed Road, Al-Ghuwayriyah, Qatar
LinkSeedling of bindweed (Convolvulus glomeratus, Convolvulus auricomus) in a silty depression on roadside of a road to Zubara, area of Al Magdah farms. Northern Qatar, October 24, 2015
Location on mapsUnnamed Road, Qatar
LinkSeedlings of bindweed (Convolvulus glomeratus, Convolvulus auricomus) on roadside of Salwa Road near Mukaynis. Qatar, November 27, 2015
Location on mapsSalwa Rd, Qatar
LinkBlooming bindweed (Convolvulus glomeratus, Convolvulus auricomus) on roadside of Salwa Road near Mukaynis. Qatar, November 27, 2015
Location on mapsSalwa Rd, Qatar
LinkFlower of bindweed (Convolvulus glomeratus, Convolvulus auricomus) on roadside of Salwa Road near Mukaynis. Qatar, November 27, 2015
Location on mapsSalwa Rd, Qatar
LinkBlooming bindweed (Convolvulus glomeratus, Convolvulus auricomus) under a fence on roadside of Dukhan Road. Shahaniya, Qatar, December 4, 2015
Location on mapsDukhan Hwy, Qatar
LinkBindweed (Convolvulus glomeratus, Convolvulus auricomus) on roadside of a road to Zubara in area of Al Magdah farms. Northern Qatar, January 16, 2016
Location on mapsUnnamed Road, Qatar
LinkBindweed (Convolvulus glomeratus, Convolvulus auricomus) in Rawdat Al Faras Research Station (RAFRS) near Al Zubara Road. Qatar, April 29, 2016
Location on mapsUnnamed Road, Al-Ghuwayriyah, Qatar

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Acknowledgements

QNHG (Qatar Natural History Group) and associated people, for a possibility to participate in their field excursions and to learn about local nature.