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Tamarix aucheriana (Decne.) Baum

Synonyms

Trichaurus aucherianus

Common names

Pink tamarisk, tarfah, athl

LinkPink flowers of tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) north from Al Khor Hospital. Qatar, January 30, 2015
Location on mapsUnnamed Road, Qatar
LinkInflorescence of tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) taken from area north from Al Khor Hospital. Qatar, January 30, 2015
LinkFlowers of tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) taken from area north from Al Khor Hospital. Qatar, January 30, 2015
LinkTwig of tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) with flowers taken from area north from Al Khor Hospital. Qatar, January 30, 2015
LinkPink tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) near Al Khor Hospital. Qatar, February 14, 2015
Location on mapsStreet 44, Qatar
LinkSeeds of pink tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) near Al Khor Hospital. Qatar, February 14, 2015
LinkSeeds and flowers of pink tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) near Al Khor Hospital. Qatar, February 14, 2015
LinkSeeds on dark background of pink tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) taken from swampy area behind Al Khor Hospital. Qatar, February 14, 2015
LinkSeeds and flowers of pink tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) on dark background taken from swampy area behind Al Khor Hospital. Qatar, February 14, 2015
LinkPink flowers of tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) east from Al Jebail water treatment plant. Al Khor, Qatar, December 20, 2015
Location on mapsUnnamed Road, Qatar
LinkTamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) in a roadside depression east from Al Jebail water treatment plant. Al Khor, Qatar, January 23, 2016
Location on mapsUnnamed Road, Qatar
LinkFruits of tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) on roadside of Salwa Road near Abu Samra. Southern Qatar, March 4, 2016
Location on mapsSalwa Rd, Qatar
LinkFlowers of tamarisk (Tamarix aucheriana) on roadside of Salwa Road near Abu Samra. Southern Qatar, March 4, 2016
Location on mapsSalwa 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.