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Fig. 2 | Botanical Studies

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From: Integrating morphological characters, molecular markers, and distribution patterns to assess the identity of Blepharis species from Jordan

Fig. 2

Wild accessions of Blepharis within their natural habitat in sites of collection in Jordan showing their spiny growth habits, spike-type inflorescence, and few basal leaves. a, b Natural habit in Kufranjah valley (northern population). c, d Natural habit in the Dead Sea region (northern population). e, f Natural habit in Wadi al Yutm (southern population). Dead spikes from prior years on plants of recent growth are apparent in a, d, e. Note also green spike overtopping old capsule-containing spike in d

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