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Details for: Phaseolus vulgaris

3 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 Heywood.
- ILDIS World Database of Legumes 2010.

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Name: Phaseolus vulgaris L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 723. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Spermatophyta
          Subdivisio - Angiospermae
               Class - Dicotyledones
                    Ordo - Fabales Bromhead
                         Familia - Fabaceae Lindl.
                              Subfamilia - Lotoideae
                                   Genus - Phaseolus L.
                                       
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Name: Phaseolus vulgaris L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 723. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Fabales Bromhead
                              Familia - Fabaceae Lindl.
                                   Subfamilia - Lotoideae
                                        Genus - Phaseolus L.
                                            
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Source: ILDIS World Database of Legumes 2010. (copyright © ILDIS).

Name: Phaseolus vulgaris L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 723. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Fabales Bromhead
                              Familia - Fabaceae Lindl.
                                   Tribus - Phaseoleae
                                        Genus - Phaseolus L.
                                            
Synonyms: Phaseolus communis Pritzel
Phaseolus compessus DC.
Phaseolus esculentus Salisb.
Phaseolus nanus L. & Jusl.
 
Comments: Important pulse crop in Mexico, Costa Rica, El Salvador, Guatemala & Panama., Japanese distribution: Hokkaido; Honshu; Shikoku; Kyushu, Many cultivated forms., Of American origin; now the most widely cultivated bean in the world., recognized, Several varieties cultivated; sometimes naturalized. American origin., There are several hundred varieties & highly developed cultivars., Var. communis Asch., var. nanus Asch. & var. sphaericus (Savi)Alef. are
Common names: abicholones (Spanish, Castillian), Adi Lobya (Azerbaijan), alfaisanes (Spanish, Castillian), alubia (Aragonese), alubia (Asturian), alubia (Spanish, Castillian), alubias (Spanish, Castillian), alubias blancas (Spanish, Castillian), alubias pintas (Spanish, Castillian), alubies (Asturian), alubión (Spanish, Castillian), alubios (Spanish, Castillian), aluvia (Spanish, Castillian), aluvias (Spanish, Castillian), aluvias aragonesas (Spanish, Castillian), aluvias blancas (Spanish, Castillian), aluvias negras (Spanish, Castillian), aluvias negrillas (Spanish, Castillian), amonás (Spanish, Castillian), baba (Euskera), baba illarra (Euskera), baba nabarra (Euskera), babarruma (Euskera), babaurna (Euskera), baberruma (Euskera), baberrumac (Euskera), baberrun (Euskera), bachocón (Spanish, Castillian), bachocón (Valencian), bachoquera (Spanish, Castillian), bachoqueras (Spanish, Castillian), bainetera (Aragonese), baixoca (Aragonese), bajoca (Catalan), bajoca (Spanish, Castillian), bajocas (Spanish, Castillian), bajocón (Spanish, Castillian), bajoquera (Spanish, Castillian), bajoquera (Valencian), bajoquetes blanques (Catalan), baxoca (Valencian), blanca (Spanish, Castillian), Bohne (German), bolichas (Spanish, Castillian), boliches (Aragonese), Bruna Bonor (Swedish), cagarrichos (Asturian), calzones (Spanish, Castillian), caparrón (Spanish, Castillian), caricas (Valencian), caricas de judíos (Spanish, Castillian), ceruca (Spanish, Castillian), chícharos (Spanish, Castillian), chicharro de Sevilla (Spanish, Castillian), chicharros (Spanish, Castillian), chicho (Galician), chichos (Asturian), chichos (Galician), chodía (Aragonese), chodía (High Aragonese), chodías (Aragonese), chodica (High Aragonese), chodiera (Aragonese), chodiga (Aragonese), chondiga (Aragonese), chordiga (Aragonese), choría (Aragonese), chucos (Spanish, Castillian), chudiga (Aragonese), cigüelos (Spanish, Castillian), clòvia/es de mongeta (Catalan), cocos (Spanish, Castillian), cocos de la hoz (Spanish, Castillian), Common Bean (English), Common Haricot (English), corrixolas (Majorcan), Darzines Pupeles (Lithuanian), Dwarf Bean (English), ervilla-fava (Portuguese), faba (Asturian), faba (Galician), faba (Portuguese), faba corriente (Asturian), faba nana (Asturian), faba xudia (Galician), fabeira (Galician), fabellera (Valencian), fabes (Asturian), fabes amarilles (Asturian), fabes amarilles nanes (Asturian), fabes blanques (Asturian), fabes blanques nanes (Asturian), fabes corrientes (Asturian), fabes cuarentines (Asturian), fabes de arroz (Asturian), fabes de güeyu francu (Asturian), fabes de guyín (Asturian), fabes de La Granja (Asturian), fabes de manteca (Asturian), fabes de Villaviciosa (Asturian), fabes de vino (Asturian), fabes del cura (Asturian), fabes del riñoncín (Asturian), fabes del riñonzón (Asturian), fabes enanes (Asturian), fabes liébanes (Asturian), fabes llanisques (Asturian), fabes nanes (Asturian), fabes negrinas (Asturian), fabes roxes (Asturian), fabes roxes clares (Asturian), fabes rubies (Asturian), Fagiolo Comune (Italian), faisanes (Spanish, Castillian), faséolo (Spanish, Castillian), fasol (Catalan), fasol (Spanish, Castillian), Fasol Obyknovennaya (Russian), Fasola Zwykla (Polish), Fasole Comuna (Roumanian), Fasole Urketoare (Roumanian), fasoler (Catalan), fasolér (Catalan), fasolera (Majorcan), fasoles (Spanish, Castillian), fasoles blancos (Spanish, Castillian), fasoles negros (Spanish, Castillian), fasoles turquescos (Spanish, Castillian), fasols (Majorcan), Fasolya Zvychainaya (Belarusian), feijam (Portuguese), Feijao (), feijao (Galician), feijao (Portuguese), feijâo (Portuguese), feijâo branco (Portuguese), feijâo rasteiro (Portuguese), feijâo-de-trepa (Portuguese), feijoeiro (Galician), feijoeiro (Portuguese), feijoeiro branco das searas (Portuguese), feijoeiro branco de trepa (Portuguese), feijoeiro branco enano das searas (Portuguese), feijoeiro maior de trepa (Portuguese), feijoeiro ordinario (Portuguese), feine (Spanish, Castillian), feines (Spanish, Castillian), feixo (Galician), feixó (Galician), feixó (Portuguese), feixoeiro (Galician), feixoeiro (Portuguese), feixón (Galician), feixoó (Galician), feixote (Galician), fejón (Spanish, Castillian), fejones (Spanish, Castillian), fesol (Catalan), fesol (Valencian), fesoler (Valencian), fesolera (Catalan), fesolera (Majorcan), fesolera (Valencian), fesoles (Valencian), fesols blanques (Catalan), fesols d´Olot (Catalan), fesols del ganxet blancs (Catalan), fesols menuts (Catalan), figüelo (Spanish, Castillian), figüelos (Spanish, Castillian), Fisole (German), fraijón (Spanish, Castillian), fraijones (Spanish, Castillian), Frash Bean (English), fregol (Spanish, Castillian), fregoles (Spanish, Castillian), fréh.oles (Asturian), freijol (Spanish, Castillian), freijones (Spanish, Castillian), freixo (Galician), freixol (Galician), freixón (Galician), freixote (Galician), fréjol (Asturian), frejol (Spanish, Castillian), fréjol (Spanish, Castillian), fréjol amarillo (Asturian), frejol bravío (Spanish, Castillian), fréjol rojo (Asturian), frejol verde (Spanish, Castillian), fréjoles (Galician), frejoles (Spanish, Castillian), fréjoles (Spanish, Castillian), frejón (Spanish, Castillian), frejón de casca (Spanish, Castillian), frejón verde (Spanish, Castillian), French Bean (English), fresol (Catalan), fresol (Spanish, Castillian), fresol (Valencian), fresoles (Spanish, Castillian), frexoles (Galician), Frijol (), frijol (Spanish, Castillian), fríjol (Spanish, Castillian), fríjoles (Spanish, Castillian), frijón (Spanish, Castillian), frijones (Spanish, Castillian), frísol (Catalan), frisol (Spanish, Castillian), frísol (Spanish, Castillian), frísoles (Spanish, Castillian), frísoles negros (Spanish, Castillian), frisoles turquescos (Spanish, Castillian), frisuelo (Spanish, Castillian), frisuelos (Spanish, Castillian), gallegubaba (Euskera), garabanzo gallego (Galician), garbanzo gallego (Galician), Garden Bean (English), gárgola (Spanish, Castillian), gárgolas (Spanish, Castillian), Gartenbohne (German), Green Bean (English), guixas (Majorcan), h.aba (Asturian), h.abes (Asturian), h.abes verdes (Asturian), habas (Spanish, Castillian), habas blancas (Spanish, Castillian), habas de las Indias (Spanish, Castillian), habicholilla (Spanish, Castillian), habicholillas (Spanish, Castillian), habicholones (Spanish, Castillian), Habichuela (), habichuela (Spanish, Castillian), habichuela blanca (Spanish, Castillian), habichuela pinta (Spanish, Castillian), habichuela verde (Spanish, Castillian), habichuelas (Spanish, Castillian), habichuelas coloradas (Spanish, Castillian), habichuelas de Jesús Nazareno (Spanish, Castillian), habichuelas negras (Spanish, Castillian), habichuelas rubias (Spanish, Castillian), habichuelo (Spanish, Castillian), habichuelos (Spanish, Castillian), Haricot (French), Haricot Bean (English), Haricot Commun (French), Haricot Francais (French), Haricots Carapatte (French), Haricots de Bourbon (French), Haricots Pales (French), Haricots Panaches (French), Haricots Tachetes (French), Haricots Varies (French), Haricots Violets (French), Harilik Aeduba (Estonian), ilhar (Euskera), ilharr (Euskera), illarr (Euskera), indaba (Euskera), indiaba (Euskera), indiababa (Euskera), indiababac (Euskera), indiababia (Euskera), indibaba (Euskera), indi-baba (Euskera), jodía (Aragonese), judía (Aragonese), judía (High Aragonese), Judia (Spanish, Castillian), judía (Spanish, Castillian), judía blanca (Spanish, Castillian), judía gallega (Spanish, Castillian), judia mango (Spanish, Castillian), judía pinta (Spanish, Castillian), judia verde (Spanish, Castillian), judía verde (Spanish, Castillian), judías (Majorcan), judias (Spanish, Castillian), judías (Spanish, Castillian), judías amarillas (Spanish, Castillian), judías blancas (Spanish, Castillian), judías garbanceras (Spanish, Castillian), judías miñonas (Spanish, Castillian), judías negrillas (Spanish, Castillian), judías ombligo de la reina (Spanish, Castillian), judías verdes (Spanish, Castillian), judiera (Aragonese), judiera (High Aragonese), judiera (Spanish, Castillian), judieras (Spanish, Castillian), judihuela (Spanish, Castillian), judihuelas (Spanish, Castillian), judihuelo (Spanish, Castillian), judihuelos (Spanish, Castillian), judihuelos negros (Spanish, Castillian), judiones (Spanish, Castillian), Khvasolya (Belarusian), Kidney Bean (English), Kvasolya Zvichaina (Ukraine), leica (Euskera), leka (Euskera), lentella (Galician), liecas (Spanish, Castillian), Lobi Sovorakan (Armenian), Lobio (Georgian), maikol (Euskera), mailharr (Euskera), maillarr (Euskera), maillarrac (Euskera), majocas (Spanish, Castillian), Mange-tout (French), mongeta (Catalan), mongeta blanca/mongetes blanques (Catalan), mongeta/mongetes (Catalan), mongetas del pinet (Valencian), mongetas faberas (Catalan), mongetas senyoretas (Catalan), mongetas-ous de cadernera (Catalan), mongetera (Catalan), mongetera (Majorcan), mongetes blanques (Catalan), mongetes del ganxet (Catalan), monjetera (Majorcan), muela (Spanish, Castillian), nafilharr (Euskera), negritos (Asturian), panzilharr (Euskera), Parastas Pupinas (Latvian), Pasolya (Belarusian), pochas (Spanish, Castillian), pochas de riñón (Spanish, Castillian), Pois (French), potxa (Euskera), rabo rata (Spanish, Castillian), Runner Bean (English), Snap Bean (), Storbona (Swedish), String Bean (English), tabilla (Spanish, Castillian), tavella de mongeta (Catalan), tavella/es de fesol (Catalan), tavellat de mongeta (Catalan), tavellera (Valencian), Torapapu (Finnish), Turgi Uba (Estonian), vaina (Spanish, Castillian), vainas (Asturian), vainas (Spanish, Castillian), vaines (Asturian), vainilles (Asturian), vainilles nanes (Asturian), vainilles negro (Asturian), vainilles pintes (Asturian), verdines (Asturian), xudía (Galician), xuduarima (Euskera), zaruca (Euskera), zaruga (Euskera)[Credits]
Conservation Status: Not Threatened
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: [Ab(A N) Ar By Eg Es Gg(A D G) La Lt Mo Rf(C E K N NW S) Tu(A) Uk(U)]
Use: Food and Drink, Forage, Medicine


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