Common Names Sea Orache

Abougboug (Ber.; BOU); Alimo (It.; HH2); Álimo (Sp.; USN); Arames (Ber.; BOU); Arams (Ber.; BOU); Armuelle Glauco (Sp.; USN); Arroche (Fr.; BOU); Arroche Halime (Fr.; HH2; USN); Halime (Fr.; BOU); Kattaf (Arab.; Syria; HJP); Mallow (Eng.; BIB); Maluh (Arab.; BOU); Malühh (Arab.; HJP); Marisma (Sp.; USN); Mediterranean Saltbush (WO2); Meermelde (Ger.; HH2); Meerportulak (Ger.; HH2); Orzaga (Sp.; USN); Osagra (Sp.; USN); Pourpier de Mer (Fr.; USN); Qataf (Arab.; BOU); Qataf Bahhari (Arab.; HJP); Qtout (Arab.; BOU); Roghata (Arab.; BOU); Rughat (Arab.; HJP); Rughl (Arab.; GHA); Salgada (Sp.; USN); Salgadeira (Por.; USN); Salguiera (Madiera; Por.; JAD); Sea Orache (Eng.; BOU; FAC; USN; WO2); Sea Purslane (Eng.; BOU; FAC; USN); Shrubby Orache (Eng.; USN); Staudenmelde (Ger.; HH2); Strauchmelde (Ger.; USN); Tall Shrubby Orache (Eng.; HJP).

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