Biodiversity and Floristic Study of Al-Hdaba Treatment Plant Tripoli – Libya

Mohammed Hadi Mahklouf, Fathi G Al Sghair

Abstract


Introduction: The aim of this study is to investigate the biodiversity status of Al-Hadaba treatment plant.

Methods: The study was carried out in the period between February and June 2016, with one trip per week, the result of the survey has let to the collection and identification of 84 plant species belonging to 23 families and 65 genera, of which 15 species are belong to monocotyledons and 69 belonging to dicotyledons.

Results and Conclusions: Floristic analysis were carried out which showed the predominance of the family Asteraceae with 20 species followed by the family Poaceae with 16 species, the result was also showed the predominance of the genus Bromus with 4 species. Life form analysis has showed absolute dominance of therophytes with 65 species.


Keywords


Biodiversity; Tracheobionta; Plants

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21859/ajlsr-040307

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