Tamarix

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From Latin tamarix, possibly associated with Tamarici (a people of the Atlantic Coast of Spain).

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Tamarix f

  1. A taxonomic genus within the family Tamaricaceae – the tamarisk or salt cedars, native to arid regions in Eurasia and Africa and often invasive in other arid regions.

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