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Details for: Montia fontana

Source: Raab-Straube, E. von (2018): Montiaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Montia fontana L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 87. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Caryophyllanae
                         Ordo - Caryophyllales
                              Familia - Montiaceae Raf.
                                   Genus - Montia L.
                                        Aggregate - Montia fontana aggr.
Heterotypic synonyms: Montia rivularis C. C. Gmel.
Montia fontana subsp. rivularis (C. C. Gmel.) Schübl. & G. Martens
Synonyms: Montia verna Neck., nom. illeg.
Included taxa: Montia fontana L. subsp. fontana
Montia fontana subsp. amporitana Sennen
Common names: amanida de gripau (Catalan), avotu montija (Latvian), Bach-Quellkraut (German), berujas (Spanish, Castillian), birujas (Spanish, Castillian), borujas (Spanish, Castillian), coca valenciana (Spanish, Castillian), comio (Spanish, Castillian), coruja (Spanish, Castillian), corujas (Spanish, Castillian), corujos (Spanish, Castillian), ensalada de sapo (Spanish, Castillian), ensalada do sapo (Galician), Fliodh uisce (Irish Gaelic), Glattsamiges Quellkraut (German), grýtuvatnsarvi (Faroese), Gwlyddyn y Ffynnon (Welsh), harilik allikrohi (Estonian), hetekaali (Finnish), hierba de manantial (Spanish, Castillian), hierba del manantial (Spanish, Castillian), Iækjagrýta (Icelandic), källört (Swedish), kildeurt (Norwegian), mariquita (Spanish, Castillian), meruges (Portuguese), meruginha (Portuguese), meruja (Spanish, Castillian), merujas (Portuguese), merujas (Spanish, Castillian), móntia (Catalan), Montie des fontaines (French), Mouron-des-fontaines (French), navadni mokrič (Slovene), pamplina (Spanish, Castillian), pamplina de agua (Spanish, Castillian), pamplinas (Spanish, Castillian), Pendolino delle fonti (Italian), perifollas (Spanish, Castillian), perifollo (Spanish, Castillian), perifollos (Spanish, Castillian), perifuelles (Spanish, Castillian), pomplina (Spanish, Castillian), regajos (Spanish, Castillian), šaltininė menuva (Lithuanian), Stor Vandarve (Danish), virujas (Spanish, Castillian), Zdrojek błyszczący (Polish), zdrojovka hladkosemenná (Czech), монция ключевая (Russian), Ручейна монция (Bulgarian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: AE(G) Au(A L) †Be Be(B L) Br -Bu By Co Cs Ct Da Es Fa Fe Ga(C F) Ge Gr Hb(E N) He Ho Hs(A S) Is It La Lt Lu Ma Mk No Po Rf(C E K N NW) Rm Sa Si(S) Sl Sr Su Tu(A)

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