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Population: Unkown
Latitude: 21.519474
Longitude: 39.713517

Source: WikiPedia

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Bassia is genus of 26 densely branching, shrubby annuals or perennials belongs to the goosefoot family, originally natives to Asia but now found in warm-temperate parts of the Northern Hemisphere. They are grown for their colorful foliage. Leaves are usually narrow and smooth-edged, and the flowers are normally inconspicuous spikes. Fruits are achenes (small, dry, single-seeded fruits). The plants are toxic to livestock and produce allelopathic compounds inhibiting the growth of nearby plants.

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