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Euro+Med Plantbase integrates and critically evaluates information from Flora Europaea, Med-Checklist, the Flora of Macaronesia, and from regional and national floras and checklists from the area as well as additional taxonomic and floristic literature. This is complemented by the European taxa of several families taken from the World Checklist of Selected Plant Families and of the Leguminosae from the International Legume Database and Information Service ILDIS (see credits for details). By 1st of February 2018 it provides access to the total European flora of vascular plants in 222 plant families.
 








Details for: Pinus pinea

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)..
- Euro+Med PlantBase 2010.

Source:
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Name: Pinus pinea L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 1000. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Spermatophyta
          Subdivisio - Gymnospermae
               Familia - Pinaceae F. Rudolphi
                    Genus - Pinus L.
                        
 

Source: Raab-Straube, E. von (2014): Gymnospermae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Pinus pinea L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 1000. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Pinopsida Burnett
                    Subclassis - Pinidae Cronquist & al.
                         Ordo - Pinales Gorozh.
                              Familia - Pinaceae F. Rudolphi
                                   Genus - Pinus L.
                                       
 
Common names: אֹרֶן הַצְּנוֹבָר (Israel (Hebrew)), belorita (Euskera), cañamón (Spanish, Castillian), candela (Catalan), casca (Spanish, Castillian), cisco (Spanish, Castillian), doncel (Spanish, Castillian), doncell (Spanish, Castillian), hojarasca (Spanish, Castillian), pi (Catalan), pí (Majorcan), pi blanc (Catalan), pí blanch (Catalan), pi bo (Catalan), pi bó (Catalan), pi campaner (Catalan), pi campaner (Majorcan), pi de llei (Catalan), pi de pinya (Catalan), pi de pinyas (Catalan), pi de pinyes (Catalan), pi de pinyió (Catalan), pi de pinyó (Catalan), pi de pinyons (Catalan), pí melis (Catalan), pi negre (Catalan), pi para-sol (Catalan), pi para-sol (Majorcan), pi pinyer (Catalan), pí pinyer (Catalan), pi pinyer (Valencian), pi pinyoner (Catalan), pi pinyoner (Majorcan), pí vé (Catalan), pi ver (Catalan), pi ver (Majorcan), pí ver (Majorcan), pí ver (Valencian), pi vero (Catalan), pi vertader (Catalan), Pin parasom (French), Pin pignon (French), piña (Spanish, Castillian), piña albar (Spanish, Castillian), pinazi (fruto) (Euskera), pinazi pinua (Euskera), pinazi-pinu (Euskera), pinazi-pinua (Euskera), piñeiro albar (Galician), piñeiro dos piñons (Galician), pineiro manso (Galician), piñeiro manso (Galician), piñeiro real (Galician), pinheira (Portuguese), pinheiro albar (Portuguese), pinheiro dos pinhôes molares (Portuguese), pinheiro manso (Galician), pinheiro manso (Portuguese), pinheiro mollar (Portuguese), pinheiro negro (Portuguese), pinheiro-manso (Portuguese), pino (Spanish, Castillian), pino albar (Spanish, Castillian), pino alvar (Spanish, Castillian), pino blanquillo (Spanish, Castillian), pino bueno (Spanish, Castillian), pino cernil (Galician), pino de comer (Spanish, Castillian), pino de la sierra (Spanish, Castillian), pino de la tierra (Spanish, Castillian), pino de madera (Spanish, Castillian), pino de piñón gordo (Spanish, Castillian), pino de piñones (Spanish, Castillian), pino doncel (Aragonese), pino doncel (Spanish, Castillian), pino manso (Galician), piño manso (Galician), pino manso (Spanish, Castillian), pino parasol (Spanish, Castillian), pino piñero (Spanish, Castillian), pino piñonero (Aragonese), pino piñonero (Spanish, Castillian), pino real (Spanish, Castillian), pino romano (Spanish, Castillian), pino rubial (Spanish, Castillian), pino uñal (Spanish, Castillian), pino vero (Spanish, Castillian), pinón (Spanish, Castillian), piñón (Spanish, Castillian), pinua (Euskera), pinya (Catalan), pinyer (Catalan), pinyó (Catalan), Stone pine (English), Ήμερο πεύκο (Greek), Ημερόπευκος (Greek), Κουκουναριά (Greek), Πινόλια (Greek), Στροφιλιά (Greek), אורן הגלעין (Israel (Hebrew)), אורן הסלע (Israel (Hebrew))[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Bl(I M N) Cg dCr Ct Cy Ga(F) Gr Hs(G S) It Le Lu Mk Sa Si(S) Sy Tu(A) dTu(E) [cAb(A) dAE(G) cAg nAl cCa(C) nCo cLi cMa cSl cTcs cTn]


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