It is a plant species of the genus Medicago. It is found primarily in the southern Mediterranean basin.
Grows in Sinai, Egypt. It is a spreading, annual plant with weak, ascending stems that branch freely at the base - it can grow 20 - 50cm tall. Habitat: Sandy and stony deserts and dry steppe areas at elevations up to about 400 metres.
Grassland, woodland, disturbed ground; short dry grassland, pastures especially where seasonally water logged at elevations from 1,150 - 2,200 metres
This plant is useful.
How to get rid of:
Weeding out the unwanted wild cutleaf medic can generally kill and control patches in your lawn. If the soil is moist, they will be simple to remove, which is why you should either wait until a rain or dampening to pull the asters out of the ground by hand.