Downsides Sea Orache

North Africans view small doses of the seeds as emetic, large doses poisonous (BOU). Natural History (Sea Orache):

The fat sand rat (Psammomys obesus), a diurnal gerbillid rodent, is herbivorous and able to thrive while consuming only sea orache, a plant relatively low in energy content and high in ash and water content. Before consuming A. halimus leaves, the fat sand rats scrape off the outer layer with their teeth, thereby removing many of the electrolytes but increasing the gross energy and organic matter content of the leaves by only about 3.1%. There are advantages to this diet: (1) it provides a more stable diet throughout the year than do seeds; (2) fat sand rats have no competition for this food resource from other rodents; and (3) their burrows are at the base of the plants, requiring little energy to forage (X8679505).

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