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Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. He is known for his discovery of a new species of , the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.

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  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. He is known for his discovery of a new species of , the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. was born in Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and close to the mountain . He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. was born in Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and close to the mountain . He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. was born in Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and close to the mountain . He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour. He has written books on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour. He has written books on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour. He has written books on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. He is affiliated with the University of Hargeisa. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild near (Somali: Alaala Cadka). The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. He is affiliated with the University of Hargeisa. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is president of the and chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He is affiliated with the University of Hargeisa, and has written books in English on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland, as well as works in Somali.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954–; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is president of the and chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He is affiliated with the University of Hargeisa, and has written books in English on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland, as well as works in Somali.
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  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. He is known for his discovery of a new species of , the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. was born in Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and close to the mountain . He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. was born in Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and close to the mountain . He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. was born in Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and close to the mountain . He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour. He has written books on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour. He has written books on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour. He has written books on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. He is chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candleligt", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He has written books on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. He is chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He has written books on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. He is chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He has written books in English on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland, as well as works in Somali. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. He is president of the ] and chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He has written books in English on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland, as well as works in Somali. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. He is affiliated with the University of Hargeisa. He is president of the ] and chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He has written books in English on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland, as well as works in Somali. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild in Somaliland. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. He is affiliated with the University of Hargeisa. He is president of the and chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He has written books in English on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland, as well as works in Somali. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild near (Somali: Alaala Cadka). The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. He is affiliated with the University of Hargeisa. He is president of the and chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He has written books in English on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland, as well as works in Somali. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is president of the and chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He is affiliated with the University of Hargeisa, and has written books in English on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland, as well as works in Somali. He is known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild near (Somali: Alaala Cadka). The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is president of the and chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He is affiliated with the University of Hargeisa, and has written books in English on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland, as well as works in Somali. He is also known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild near (Somali: Alaala Cadka). The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is president of the and chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He is affiliated with the University of Hargeisa, and has written books in English on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland, as well as works in Somali. He is also known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild near (Somali: Alaala Cadka) in 2014. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. In 2020 a species of scorpion, was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954-; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is president of the and chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He is affiliated with the University of Hargeisa, and has written books in English on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland, as well as works in Somali. He is also known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild near (Somali: Alaala Cadka) in 2014. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. In 2020 a species of scorpion, , was named in his honour.
  • Ahmed Ibrahim Awale (1954–; also known as Axmed Ibraahin Cawaale) is a Somaliland environmentalist, botanist and author. Awale was born in the village of Adadlay, 95km east of Hargeisa, and lived close to the mountain . He was educated at the Somali National University. He is president of the and chair of the Somaliland organisation "Candlelight", which works in the fields of the environment, education and health. He is affiliated with the University of Hargeisa, and has written books in English on the archaeology and natural history of Somaliland, as well as works in Somali. He is also known for his discovery of a new species of Aloe, the (Aloe sanguinalis), which he found growing wild near (Somali: Alaala Cadka) in 2014. The botanical author abbreviation Awale refers to him. In 2020 a species of scorpion, , was named in his honour.
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