Details for: Castanea sativa
Source: World Checklist of Selected Plant Families (2010), copyright © The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Name: Castanea sativa Mill.
Nomencl. ref.: Gard. Dict. ed. 8: 1. 1768
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Fagales Engl.
                              Familia - Fagaceae Dumort.
                                   Genus - Castanea Mill.
                                       
Replaced synonym: Fagus castanea L.
Invalid designations: Castanea castanea (L.) H. Karst., des. inval.
Castanea vulgaris Lam., nom. superfl.
Fagus castanea L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Castanea prolifera (K. Koch) Hickel
Castanea vesca Gaertn.
Fagus procera Salisb., nom. illeg.
Castanea sativa var. hamulata A. Camus
Castanea sativa var. microcarpa Lavialle
Castanea sativa var. prolifera K. Koch
Castanea sativa var. spicata Husn.
Castanea sativa f. discolor Vuk.
 
Common names: aricio (Asturian), arizu (Asturian), basa-gaztaña (Euskera), brava (Galician), bravas (Spanish, Castillian), calvoa (Galician), candea (Galician), candia (Galician), carroncho (Euskera), castaña (Asturian), castaña (Galician), castaña (Spanish, Castillian), castaña billerea (Galician), castaña boleca (Galician), castaña bolerea (Galician), castaña caguenlla (Galician), castaña caroucon (Galician), castaña carrelo (Galician), castaña croucon (Galician), castaña miñoca (Galician), castañal (Asturian), castañal (Spanish, Castillian), castañal bravo (Spanish, Castillian), castañar (Asturian), castañar (Spanish, Castillian), castañar montesina (Asturian), castañas (fruto) (Spanish, Castillian), castañas (Spanish, Castillian), castañas bravas (Spanish, Castillian), castañeda (Spanish, Castillian), castañeiro (Asturian), castañeiro (Galician), castañeiro (Spanish, Castillian), castañeiro-bravo (Galician), castaneiru (Asturian), castañera (Aragonese), castañera (High Aragonese), castañero (Asturian), castañero (Spanish, Castillian), castañeu (Asturian), castanhas longaes (Portuguese), castanhas marinhas (Portuguese), castanhas rebordans (Portuguese), castanheira (Galician), castanheira (Portuguese), castanheiro (Galician), castanheiro (Portuguese), castanheiro longal (Portuguese), castanheiro rebordâo (Portuguese), castanheiro-bravo (Portuguese), castanheiro-comum (Portuguese), castanho (Portuguese), castaño (Aragonese), castaño (Asturian), castaño (Galician), castaño (Spanish, Castillian), castaño aldrexando (Galician), castaño aldrexendo (Galician), castaño bermello (Galician), castaño branco (Galician), castaño bravo (Galician), castaño bravo (Spanish, Castillian), castaño común (Spanish, Castillian), castaño enxertiño (Galician), castaño inmortal (Galician), castaño macho (Spanish, Castillian), castaño molar (Spanish, Castillian), castaño portalés (Galician), castaño rapado (Galician), castaño real (Spanish, Castillian), castaño regoldano (Spanish, Castillian), castaño regoldo (Spanish, Castillian), castaño regueldo (Spanish, Castillian), castaño rial (Galician), castaño salvaje (Spanish, Castillian), castaño serguide (Galician), castaño silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), castaño tarabelado (Galician), castañu (Asturian), castañu (Spanish, Castillian), castañu montés (Asturian), castañu montesín (Asturian), castanya (Catalan), castanyer (Catalan), castanyer (Valencian), castanyes (Catalan), castiñeiro (Galician), castiñeiro (Portuguese), castiro (Galician), castiro (Portuguese), catanheira (Galician), catanheira (Portuguese), caurela (Galician), cherta-gabea (Euskera), chertogorria (Euskera), concha (Euskera), concha (Spanish, Castillian), concho (Euskera), concho (Spanish, Castillian), de parede (Galician), de presa (Galician), engertos (Spanish, Castillian), erizo (Euskera), erizo (Spanish, Castillian), fueya (Asturian), gastañá (Euskera), gastania (Euskera), gastañondo (Euskera), gaztainondo (Euskera), gaztainondo arrunt (Euskera), gaztainondo arrunta (Euskera), gaztainondo-arrunta (Euskera), gaztaña (Euskera), gaztena (Euskera), h.ueya (Asturian), kastaña (Euskera), kastaño (Euskera), luguesa (Galician), marela (Galician), molecras (Galician), molso (Spanish, Castillian), morkótx (fruto) (Euskera), morso (Euskera), morso (Spanish, Castillian), ostoverdia (Euskera), ourizo (Galician), picón (Aragonese), porkalecha (Euskera), quirikio (Euskera), quiriquio (Euskera), raigona (Galician), rapadas (Galician), reboldanos comunes (Spanish, Castillian), reboldos (Spanish, Castillian), reboleiro (Galician), reboleiro (Portuguese), rebolo (Galician), rebolo (Portuguese), rebordâo (Galician), rebordâo (Portuguese), regaldo (Galician), regoldana (Spanish, Castillian), regoldanos (Spanish, Castillian), regoldo (Spanish, Castillian), regoldonas (Spanish, Castillian), regoldos (Spanish, Castillian), repunta (Galician), restre (Galician), revolta (Galician), San Miquela (Euskera), sanmartiniegos (Spanish, Castillian), señorita (Galician), tagarnizos (Spanish, Castillian), urizo (Galician), valdunas (Spanish, Castillian), verdias (Galician), vilacha (Galician), zapatonas (Spanish, Castillian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Al Gr Ju LS Tcs Tu(A E) [Ag Au Be Br Bu Ca Co Cr Cz Da Ga Ge Hb He Ho Hs It Lu Ma Rm Sa Si Su Uk(K U)]