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Brassicaceae(Cruciferae); Arabic: khafsh, hashdaan, hawdhan, khunnayz

Diplotaxis harra

Description:

Leaves at the base; flowers yellow bright, four petals Photo taken at Wadi Tarbat, Al Ain, UAE

Habitat:

Gravel plains & foothills Hajar Mountains and Jebel Hafit, UAE

Notes:

Feb 2007 was the best year to shoot all these plants and flowers in UAE. Reason being it rained heavily, after almost 7 to 8 yrs. Heavily is a relative term, cause UAE is an Arid region, hence no rain for yrs. is common

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Karan Raghwa
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Karan Raghwa

Al Ain - ‏العين‎, United Arab Emirates

Spotted on Feb 23, 2007
Submitted on Mar 8, 2013

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