|Suaeda aegyptiaca in South of Iran|
Suaeda aegyptiaca is a species of plant in the family Amaranthaceae (formerly classified under the Chenopodiaceae), and salt-tolerant plant (halophytes) that is distributed primarily throughout North Africa and West Asia. It is particularly common in salt-affected regions of southern Iran.
Its main habitat is the Eastern countries of the Mediterranean Sea and Libya to Arabian Peninsula and the southern half of Iran and the Horn of Africa. The plant also appears in parts of Southern Australia where it has been naturalized.
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