A greyish-villous perennial with decumbent or ascending stems, branched from the base; leaves are oblong-linear to linear, usually entire or 1-3-dentate at tip; verticillasters are 2-flowered, forming a raceme-like inflorescence; calyx is tubular and villous and calyx-teeth are triangular and acute; corolla is yellow or purple; fruit is a pitted nutlet.
Distribution in Egypt
Libyan Desert Oases, and Nubian Desert Oases
Mediterranean region, Sinai.
Height: 10-25 cm
Stony wadis, and roadsides.
Life History and Behavior
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