Details for: Atriplex glabriuscula
2 different source(s) use this name:

- Euro+Med preliminary checklist as merged from Flora Europaea, Med-Checklist and Flora of Macaronesia (for families not yet treated in Med-Checklist, the distributional record does not include N Africa and SW Asia)..
- Editor Uotila.

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Name: Atriplex glabriuscula Edmondston
Nomencl. ref.: Fl. Shetl.: 39. 1845
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Spermatophyta
          Subdivisio - Angiospermae
               Class - Dicotyledones
                    Ordo - Caryophyllales
                         Familia - Chenopodiaceae Vent.
                              Genus - Atriplex L.
                                  
 

Source: Uotila, P. (2011): Chenopodiaceae (pro parte majore). – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Atriplex glabriuscula Edmondston
Nomencl. ref.: Fl. Shetl.: 39. 1845
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Caryophyllanae
                         Ordo - Caryophyllales
                              Familia - Chenopodiaceae Vent.
                                   Genus - Atriplex L.
                                       
Synonyms: Atriplex babingtonii J. Woods
 
Common names: Arroche de Babington (French), balsvoji balandūnė (Lithuanian), broskmålla (Swedish), bruskmelde (Norwegian), Eilifleog chladaigh (Irish Gaelic), fjørurímbløðka (Faroese), hrímblaðka (Icelandic), Kahle-Melde (German), kailā balodene (Latvian), Kustmelde (Dutch), lännenmaltsa (Finnish), Llygwyn y Tywod (Welsh), Łoboda nadmorska (Polish), sile malts (Estonian), Tykbladet Mælde (Danish), лебеда гладковатая (Russian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Br Da Es Fa Fe Ga Ge Hb(E N) Ho ?Hs Is La Lt No Po Rf(K NW) -Rf(N) Su