Anarrhinum pubescens Fresen.
Status: Endemic to Egypt
Global availability: Very Rare
Availability in Egypt: Very Rare
Glandular-hairy perennial; stems erect, branched from the base, wiry; basal leaves 1-3 x 0.1-0.6 cm, oblanceolate, coarsely dentate in the upper part, acute, the base attenuate into a petiole 3-8 mm; cauline leaves sessile, narrowly elliptic to linear, entire, acute; flowers in spike-like racemes; bracts 2-3 mm, filiform; calyx 1-1.2 mm, deeply divided into 5 lobes, the lobes lanceolate, scarious-margined; corolla 3-3.5 mm, white; capsule c. 2.5 mm, globose, glabrous.
Ecology and Distribution
Global Distribution: Egypt
Local Distribution in Egypt: Sinai