This study was conducted from April 2016 to December 2017 to determine the plant vegetation of Wadi Amed. The field survey results identified a total of 69 plant species of 34 families and 63 genera, including 45 wild plant species grown naturally. The total number of cultivated plants was 22 plant species, but only two plant species are grown as both wild and cultivated species. The number of plant species considered as an ecological form of shrubs reached 27 plant species, while the number of plant species, which showed ecologically in the form of herbs, was 19 plant species, and the number, which showed as an ecological form of trees, was 23 plant species. This study revealed that the three species, Phoenix dactylifera, Zizphus Spina – Christii and Acacia tortilis are most dominant in the flora of Wadi Amed.
Maqrem, Dhekra Abdulla; Bn Qadim, Mohammed Saeed; Kanji, Murad Mohammed; Ali, Abdulkarim Saber; and Pyar Ali, Hassan
"Identifying the Composition of Plant Vegetation in Wadi Amed - Hadramout – Yemen: A Field Study,"
Hadhramout University Journal of Natural & Applied Sciences: Vol. 18
, Article 7.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.aaru.edu.jo/huj_nas/vol18/iss1/7