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 Sisymbrium officinale (L.) Scop., it is an annual herb, erect, stiffly branched, 20-50 cm tall, hairy with simple, rigid, reflexed hairs. Basal leaves rosulate, deeply pinnatisect with ± rounded terminal lobes, stalked, irregularly toothed; cauline leaves smaller with a narrow, often hastate terminal lobe. , Life Form: Th,   Flowering in: Mar-Apr,   Vern:———,   Phytochoria: Cosm, The native range of this species is Macaronesia, Europe to Central Asia and W. & N. Iran, N. Africa.  Notes: a rare and probably introduced, I did not find a recent registration for species yet in Libya..

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Distribution in Libya
Benghazi Plain
Reported from Benghazi, Fuehat 1918, by Pampanini and Keith


Bibliographic references:  
First: Encyclopedia Flora of Libyan:  
Ali, S.I. & Jafri, S.M.H. (1977) Flora of Libya, Brassicaceae Vol. (23) Department of Botany, Al-Faateh Univ., Tripoli, Libya.
Second: Researches and PhD theses, master theses , Sorted by Newest: pdf files