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Ajuga chamaepitys (L.) Schreb., it is a plant, up to 5-20 cm, entirely herbaceous, hairy-bristly, with a strong odor; stems diffuse-ascending, branching and flowering from the base, very leafy; leaves attenuated at the base, with 3 entire linear divaricate segments, the lower ones only entire or trilobed, yellow flowers, axillary, geminate, long exceeded by the leaves; calyx bristly, with somewhat unequal, lanceolate teeth, as long as the tube; corolla with a narrow, barely protruding tube.   Life Form: H,   Flowering in: Apr-Oct,   Vern:———,   Phytochoria: MED+IT+ES, The native range of this species is W. & Central Europe, Medit. to Central Asia and Arabian Peninsula.   Notes: Wild in Libya, medicinal plant.

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Distribution in Libya
Jabal Nafusa Al-Jabal Al-Akhder
Wadi Kaam (Dam & lake) 2022 Wadi El-Shees 2014


Bibliographic references:  
First: Encyclopedia Flora of Libyan:  
Second: Researches and PhD theses, master theses, Sorted by Newest: pdf files
Almushghub, F., Ahmed, D., Sharaf El-Din, A., Shaltout, k. (2022) Vegetation analysis of Wadi Kaam at northwest Libya. Journal of Basic and Environmental Sciences, 9 (2022) 20-37.,, Wadi Kaam 2022
Shaltout ,K, Fawzy,M., Galal T., Awad M., El-Barasi Y., Saeed, B. (2014) Impact of waste water discharge on the plant communities and size structure of Wadi El-Shees, Al-Jabal Al-Akhdar, Libya. FeddesRepertorium2014, 125, 1-13 DOI: 10.1002/fedr.201400023. Wadi El-Shees 2014