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Matricaria chamomilla L. / Heterotypic Synonyms: Chamomilla recutita (L.) Rausch., it is an annual herbs, aromatic, up to 45 cm tall; stems erect, branched, grooved, glabrous. Alternate leaves, oblong in outline, 57 cm long, 23 pinnatifid, with 10-12 linear or filiform segments.,  Life Form: Th, Flowering in:—-,   Vern:—– , Phytochoria: S.Cosm, The native range of this species is Temp. Eurasia to Indo-China.  Notes: Wild in Libya. Medicinal plant.

For more information: https://powo.science.kew.org/taxon/urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:154715-2,   http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-0000003146https://www.gbif.org/species/8370958http://www.bgflora.eu/Matricaria%20chamomilla%20L._EN.htmlhttps://eol.org/pages/820061, https://inpn.mnhn.fr/espece/cd_nom/107440/tab/fiche,   https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matricaria_chamomilla

 

Distribution in Libya
   
Reported from Misurata by Keith . Misurata 2006 Misurata 2008 Qaminas to Ajdabia (Slouk plain) 2006 Sidi Abu-Ras 2017 From Zawiet Tamula to Al-Manarh, From Lustata to Beshtaya 2019

 

Bibliographic references:  
First: Encyclopedia Flora of Libyan:  
Jafri, S. M. H. & El-Gadi, A. (1983) Flora of Libya, Asteraceae Vol. (107) Department of Botany, Al-Faateh Univ., Tripoli, Libya.
Second: Researches and PhD theses, master theses , Sorted by Newest: pdf files
 Ali, A. M., Lashhab, S. R., Abu-Aweena, A. A.M. (2019) Classification of vegetation cover and its geographical distribution in the area extending between Al-Haniya and Wadi Zagzoog in the north to Lasastata and Bishtaya in the south. Al-Jabal Al-Akhdar eastern Libya. Issue (61) Journal of Science and Human Studies- Al-Marj-University of Benghazi-Libya (In Arabic) https://bit.ly/42bAJX1https://www.researchgate.net/profile/sd-lshhb, https://www.researchgate.net/profile/fdl-allh-altlhy  
El-Zerbi, A. K. & Al-Aib, M.A. (2017) Study of vegetation cover in Sidi Bouras region, Al-Jabal Al-Akhdar, Libya. Journal of Environmental Science and Engineering JESE, VOL. 1, No. 1, January 2017. (In Arabic) http://jese.uoa.edu.ly/JESE_V1N1/JESE_V1N1P11.pdf سيدي ابو راس 2017_compressed
Baayo, Kh. A. (2008): Floristic composition and Phytochorological Analysis of Misratah area, Libya, Assiut Univ.J. of Botany 37(2), P-P. 33-78 (2008)  
Al-Dana, S. M. M. (2006) Taxonomic study of wild flower plants in some areas of Misrata. Master Thesis, Department of Botany, Faculty of Science, Misurata University (7 October previously) Misurata, Libya. (In Arabic)  
Al-Maghrabi A.S.S.(2006) Study of the vegetation and seed bank of the zone of Ghaminis and Agedabia (Slouk plain), Master of Science Thesis, Department of Environmental Science and Engineering, Academy of Graduated Studies, Benghazi Branch, Libya, 2006. (In Arabic)