Aleppo Milkvetch

Astragalus aleppicus

Astragalus aleppicus is a perennial herb of the Fabaceae family, grows in the Middle East. it has light-cream colored flowers. one of the known host plants of the endangered Tomares nesimachus butterfly.
Astragalus aleppicus Previously named Astragalus feinbruniae, after Prof. Naomi Feinbrun, she was one of the founders of the Botany science in Israel.  Aleppo Milkvetch,Astragalus aleppicus,Geotagged,Israel,Winter

Naming

synonyms:
Astragalus feinbruniae
Astragalus galilaeus
Astragalus gileadensis
Astragalus postii
Astragalus aleppicus  Aleppo Milkvetch,Astragalus aleppicus,Geotagged,Spring

Distribution

Turkey to Israel
Astragalus aleppicus  Aleppo Milkvetch,Astragalus aleppicus,Geotagged,Spring

Habitat

mainly in Loess soil

References:

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http://flora.org.il/en/plants/ASTALP/
Taxonomy
KingdomPlantae
DivisionAngiosperms
ClassEudicots
OrderFabales
FamilyFabaceae
GenusAstragalus
SpeciesAstragalus aleppicus
Photographed in
Israel