Halophytes

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Collecting Data for Halophytes by four project partners.

Photos of the plants and the description by the Croatian partner was done by the Croatian students: Iva and Ana Brajković, Andrea Marinković, Željka Bulajić, Lenka Ivčević, Marija Vitaljić, Mia Vojković and Anna-Maria Marunica mentored by their Biology teacher Mrs Josipa Poduje and the school project coordinator Mrs Ivana Vrdoljak.

Photos of the plants and the description by the Latvian partner was done by the Latvian students: Katrina Kravale, Jekabs, Belevics, Elizabete Sinate mentored by their Biology teacher Mrs Kadakovska Elvira and the school project coordinator Mrs Viktorija Gailisa.

Photos of the plants and the description by the Turkish partner was done by the Turkish students: mentored by their Biology teachers and the school project coordinator Mrs Hülya Gülen

Photos of the plants and the description by the Italian partner were done by the Italian students mentored by their teachers.

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Halophyte Name Picture Endangered Habitat More
3. TAMARIX TETRAGYNA No

Çukurova

Hülya Gülen More
Acantholimon halophilum No

It grows around saline steppes at an altitude of 900-1100 m above sea level, salted mounds and pine forests .It is a species unique to Turkey, especially in Central Anatolia

Hülya Gülen More
Agave sp Agava No

Tropical plant, usually grows in Mexico and South America and the Mediterranean. 

 

Ivana Vrdoljak More
Agrostis Stolonifera L. No

Groups and growths in open, wet habitats: meadows, mires, flooded cavities and ditches, at water-bodies.

Katrina Kravale More
Allium sp. divlji luk No

Northern Hemisphere, woods

Ivana Vrdoljak More
Alloae vera M. aloja a succulent plant with thick, fleshy,leaves of green-greyish color No

Grows almost everywhere.

Ivana Vrdoljak More
Alyssum gmelinii Jord. Yes

Solitarily specimens and small groups in dry pine forests and coastal sands.

Viktorija Gailisa More
American false daisy(Eclicta alba No

Çukurova region

Hülya Gülen More
Ammophila Arenaria (L.) Link No

Only coastal part. Groups in dunes at the sea.

Katrina Kravale More
Anthyllis maritima Schweigg Yes

Mostly along the coastline. Small groups in dry pine forests and dunes.

Viktorija Gailisa More