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. Journal of European Orchids 50 (1): 67–80. El Mokni, R. 2020: Echinophora spinosa L. (Apiaceae), a new species in the flora of Tunisia and second report from North Africa. Hacquetia 19(1): 137–142. El Mokni, R., Amari, D. & El Aouni, M. H. 2013a: Two varieties of Ophrys apifera ( Orchidaceae ) new to North Africa. Journal Euro päischer Orchideen 45(1): 77–89. El Mokni, R., Domina, G., Sebei, H. & El Aouni, M. H. 2015a: Taxonomic notes and distribution of taxa of Orobanche gr. minor ( Orobanchaceae ) from Tunisia. Acta Botanica Gallica 162 (1): 5–10. El Mokni, R