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Helosciadium nodiflorum (L.) W.D.J.Koch / Homotypic Synonyms: Apium nodiflorum (L.) Lag. it is a low-growing or prostrate hairless perennial up to 1 m tall, with a thick, hollow, faintly ridged stem which, when lying down produces roots at the nodes.,  Life Form: H, Flowering in: Mar-Jun, Vern: ——, Phytochoria: S-Cosm , The native range of this species is Europe, Medit. to Central Asia and NW. Tanzania., Notes: Wild in Libya, commonly grows near water channels, ditches and wet ground in the maritime

For more information: https://powo.science.kew.org/taxon/urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:842893-1http://www.worldfloraonline.org/taxon/wfo-0000540680,  https://www.gbif.org/species/3631293,  https://identify.plantnet.org/weurope/species/Helosciadium%20nodiflorum%20(L.)%20W.D.J.Koch/data,  http://herbarivirtual.uib.es/en/general/995/especie/helosciadium-nodiflorum-l-w-d-j-koch, https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Helosciadium_nodiflorum  

 

Distribution in Libya
Al-Jafarah Plain Al-Jabal Al-Akhder
Tripoli 1968 Wadi Derna 1968,1970 Ain Mara 1978 Wadi (Valley) Stowah region 2007 Habun (Ain Al-Shallala) 2017

 

Bibliographic references:  
First: Encyclopedia Flora of Libyan:  
Jafri, S. M. H. & El-Gadi, A. (1985) Flora of Libya, Apiaceae Vol. (117) Department of Botany, Al-Faateh Univ., Tripoli, Libya.
Second: Researches and PhD theses, master theses , Sorted by Newest:

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Abusaief, H. M. A. (2017) Similarities between elevations in a rare species of some locations at Al- Jabal Al-Akhdar in Libya. International Journal of Environment ISSN 2077-4505.Volume: 06 Issue: 03 July-Sept. 2017, Page: 78-102.  http://www.curresweb.com/ije/ije/2017/78-102.pdf

Similarities between elevations in a rare species 2017_compressed

Nawras, A. M. B. (2007) A study of the vegetation cover in the Wadi (Valley) Stowah region. Master Thesis. Botany Department-Faculty of Science-Garyounis University-Libya. (In Arabic).