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- proper noun A taxonomic
familywithin the order Caryophyllales— many flowering plants, including the leadworts.
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Plumbago + -aceae
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The most abundant species of the salt steppes belong to the Chenopodiaceae and Plumbaginaceae families.
Only these physiologically specialized species, characterized by the halophytes of the families Chenopodiaceae and Plumbaginaceae, can survive in saline soils.
Common shrubs are the _marwan_ (Vitex negundo, N.O. Verbenaceae), Plumbago Zeylanica (Plumbaginaceae), the _bánsa_ or
Family: Plumbaginaceae English: Cape Leadwort, White Plumbago
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