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Leysera leyseroides (Desf.) Maire , it is an annual  herbs. Branches capillary, often divaricate. Leaves 5-25 x 0.5-1 (-1.5) mm, laxly tomentose glabrescent on the dorsal surface, tomentose-stipitate glandular on the ventral surface., Life Form: Th, Flowering in: Feb-Apr,   Vern:——- , Phytochoria: SA, The native range of this species is SE. Spain, N. Africa to SW. Pakistan and Sudan. Notes: Wild in Libya.

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Distribution in Libya
Benghazi Plain Jabal Nafusa Al-Jufra area
Qaminas area,Al-Maqron area,Sidi Abdelati area,Sidi Sultan area 2006 Reported from Bni-Walid, by Durand & Barratte Reported from Sokna, Bir Gotfa by Durand & Barratte .Wadi Tangesir 1952


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
 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)