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Frankeniaceae

Frankeniaceae Desv. - Frankenia Family

1. Frankenia pulverulenta L.

(Franca pulverulenta, Frankenia canescens, Frankenia cespitosa, Frankenia nodiflora, Frankenia pampeana)

Common names: Dusty sea heath, European seaheath, meleiha, Moleih, homra, Molleith

LinkTiny desert flowers of European seaheath (Frankenia pulverulenta) growing in sands of Jazirat Umm Tays, barrier island at northern tip of Qatar, east from Ruwais, March 24, 2012
LinkEuropean seaheath (Frankenia pulverulenta) in sands of Jazirat Umm Tays, barrier island at northern tip of Qatar, east from Ruwais, March 24, 2012
LinkEuropean seaheath (Frankenia pulverulenta) on roadside of a road to Zubara, area of Al Magdah farms (Thaghab Al Majda). Qatar, February 28, 2014
LinkEuropean seaheath (Frankenia pulverulenta) in abandoned farms in Ras Laffan. Northern Qatar, February 28, 2014
LinkCarpet of European seaheath (Frankenia pulverulenta) in abandoned farms in Ras Laffan. Northern Qatar, February 28, 2014
LinkProstrate plant of European seaheath (Frankenia pulverulenta) in abandoned farms in Ras Laffan. Northern Qatar, February 28, 2014
LinkEuropean seaheath (Frankenia pulverulenta) growing in silt in abandoned farms in Ras Laffan. Northern Qatar, February 28, 2014
LinkFresh leaves of European seaheath (Frankenia pulverulenta) near Al Khor Hospital. Qatar, December 13, 2014
LinkYoung plant of European seaheath (Frankenia pulverulenta) near Al Khor Hospital. Qatar, December 13, 2014
LinkCarpet of European seaheath (Frankenia pulverulenta) in a roadside depression east from Al Jebail water treatment plant. Al Khor, Qatar, March 19, 2016
LinkSolitary plant of European seaheath (Frankenia pulverulenta) in area of sewage ponds near Irkhaya (Irkaya) Farms. Qatar, June 3, 2016

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