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Polycarpaea repens repens (Forsskal) Ascherson & Schweinf.

Synonyms

Corrigiola repens, Lahaya fragilis, Mollia fragilis, Polycarpaea fragilis, Polycarpaea rupicola, Polycarpa fragilis

Common names

Kameela

LinkPolycarpaea repens on gypsum pavement (selenite) in area of Jebel Al-Nakhsh in south-western Qatar, February 7, 2014
Location on mapsطريق سلوى، Qatar
LinkSlender branches with small green flowers of Polycarpaea repens (Corrigiola repens) in sand near a road to Saudi Arabia in southern Qatar, February 11, 2014
Location on mapsQatar-UAE Road, Qatar
LinkPolycarpaea repens (Corrigiola repens) at entrance of Umm Bab in south-western Qatar, February 21, 2014
Location on mapsDukhan - Umm Bab Highway, Umm Bab, Qatar
LinkSlender branches with small green flowers of Polycarpaea repens (Corrigiola repens) near Umm Bab in south-western Qatar, March 3, 2014
Location on mapsUnnamed Road, Qatar
LinkSlender branches of Polycarpaea repens (Corrigiola repens) south from Sealine Beach Resort near Mesaieed. Southern Qatar, March 5, 2014
Location on mapsInLand Sea Off Road, Qatar
LinkPolycarpaea repens (Corrigiola repens) in sand on roadside of Salwa Road in area of Rawdat Ekdaim. Southern Qatar, March 21, 2015
Location on mapsSalwa Rd, Qatar
LinkSlender branches of Polycarpaea repens (Corrigiola repens) in windblown sand on roadside of Salwa Road in area of Khashem Al Nekhsh. Southern Qatar, March 18, 2016
Location on mapsSalwa Rd, Qatar
LinkPolycarpaea repens (Corrigiola repens) in sand near limestone cliffs in Maszhabiya (Al Mashabiya) Reserve near Abu Samra. Southern Qatar, April 1, 2016
Location on mapsQuarantine Rd, Qatar
LinkBlooming Polycarpaea repens and Dipterygium glaucum in sand near limestone cliffs in Maszhabiya (Al Mashabiya) Reserve near Abu Samra. Southern Qatar, April 1, 2016
Location on mapsQuarantine Rd, 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.