Iphiona aucheri

Iphiona aucheri

Asian plant in the family Asteraceae; contains a sesquiterpene lactone; causes hepatic necrosis.
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These include the toxic Composite Iphiona aucheri, the dwarf palm Nannorrhops ritchieana, the wild olive Olea europaea and the elusive Rumex limoniastrum, collected from Eastern Arabia by Aucher-Eloy but not recorded again until the mid-1990s (Curtis 1999).
For example, Iphiona aucheri is more common in southern Iran than in the Hajar Mountains and was once thought to be an Iranian endemic (Zohary 1963, as Grantia aucheri); Nannorrhops ritchieana is present in south-central Iran and the Makran, as well as northern India, and is considered to be an Omano-Makranian species (Deil & al Gifri 1998) of Asian origin (Zohary 1973), although its Arabian range extends to southern Yemen and it is much more common on the plains of central Oman than in the Hajar Mountains; and O.
ciliata] Euphorbia larica Fagonia brugueri Fagonia indica* Forsskaolea tenacissima Gaillonia aucheri [= Plocama aucheri] Geranium trilophum Glossonema varians Grewia tenax Gymnocarpos decandrus Haloxylon salicornicum Heliotropium kotschyi Indigofera intricata Iphiona aucheri Lasiurus scindicus Leptadenia pyrotechnica Lycium shawii Monsonia heliotropoides Nannorrhops ritchieana Ochradenus aucheri * Ochradenus baccatus [possibly = O.