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10 December 1999 Contributions to the flora of Jordan 3. A new species of Artemisia (Compositae, Anthemideae) from S Jordan
Avinoam Danin
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Artemisia (sect. Dracunculus) jordanica from S Jordan, Saudi Arabia and SW Iraq is described as a species new to science, illustrated and compared to its closest relative, A. monosperma. A lectotype is designated for the name A. monosperma.

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Avinoam Danin "Contributions to the flora of Jordan 3. A new species of Artemisia (Compositae, Anthemideae) from S Jordan," Willdenowia 29(1/2), 147-153, (10 December 1999).
Published: 10 December 1999
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