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  • The Yeheb nut (Cordeauxia edulus, VU), an evergreen shrub or small tree with yellow flowers and edible, highly nourishing seeds is found in the dry bushlands of eastern Ethiopia and central Somalia, usually in areas of deep sand.

    Biological diversity in the Horn of Africa

  • Some economically important species, such as the yeheb nut (Cordeauxia edulis) may be declining due to overgrazing.

    Somali Acacia-Commiphora bushlands and thickets

  • Another plant of the same family used as a nut is Cordeauxia edulis

    Chapter 7

  • The potential of yeheb (Cordeauxia edulis) as a food and fodder shrub for Kenyan arid lands.

    Chapter 10

  • BRILLI, P. and MU LAS, S. (1939) Note sur la Cordeauxia edulis

    Chapter 5

  • Cordeauxiachinon ein Blattfarbstoff aus Cordeauxia edulis.

    Chapter 5

  • Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 345 pp. FABRIAN I, G. (1940) Sui grass) estraibili con etere dalla Cordeauxia edulis.

    Chapter 5


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