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Lebanon Centaury

Centaurea drabifolia

Description:

Centaurea drabifolia is common in the heights of Mt Hermon. It grows often out of walls, as you can see here. It us silvery-felted, has short stout stems, and spiny flowering jeads.

Habitat:

rocks and cliffs in tragacanth vegetation belt


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Ori Fragman-Sapir
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Ori Fragman-Sapir

מועצה אזורית גולן, מחוז הצפון, Israel

Lat: 33.32, Long: 35.81

Spotted on Dec 14, 2014
Submitted on Dec 14, 2014

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