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Details for: Prunus avium

Source: Kurtto, A. (2009): Rosaceae (pro parte majore). In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Prunus avium (L.) L.
Nomencl. ref.: Fl. Suec., ed. 2: 165. 1755
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Rosales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Rosaceae
                                   Genus - Prunus L.
                                       
Basionym: Prunus cerasus var. avium L.
Homotypic synonyms: Cerasus avium (L.) Moench
Prunus cerasus subsp. avium (L.) Hook. f.
Prunus cerasus var. avium L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Cerasus avicularis Dulac
Cerasus dulcis (L.) G. Gaertn. & al.
Cerasus duracina (L.) DC.
Cerasus hortensis Mill.
Cerasus juliana (L.) Delarbre
Cerasus nigra Mill.
Cerasus nigricans (Ehrh.) Borkh.
Cerasus silvestris Garsault
Cerasus varia (Ehrh.) Borkh.
Druparia avium (L.) Clairv.
Prunus duracina (L.) Sweet
Prunus juliana (L.) Gaudin
Prunus nigricans Ehrh.
Prunus varia Ehrh.
Cerasus avium subsp. duracina (L.) Janchen
Cerasus avium subsp. juliana (L.) Janchen
Prunus avium subsp. duracina (L.) Schübl. & G. Martens
Prunus avium subsp. juliana (L.) Schübl. & G. Martens
Prunus avium subsp. sylvestris (Ser.) Schübl. & G. Martens, nom. illeg.
 
Common names: adoña (Spanish, Castillian), albar (Spanish, Castillian), albaruco (Spanish, Castillian), amboesa (Galician), anpolai (Euskera), basagereziondo (Euskera), cancereixo (Galician), carba (Galician), carne de vaca (Spanish, Castillian), cascabellas (Majorcan), cerajeira (Portuguese), cerdeira (Galician), cerdeira (Portuguese), cerdeira ou cereixeira brava (Galician), cerdeira-brava (Portuguese), cerdeiro (Portuguese), cerecera (Aragonese), cerecera (Catalan), cerecera (Spanish, Castillian), cerecero (Spanish, Castillian), cerecino (Spanish, Castillian), cereiceira (Asturian), cereija (Portuguese), cereijeira (Portuguese), cereijeira de cerejas pretas (Portuguese), cereijeira de cerejas pretas miudas (Portuguese), cereijeira de saco (Portuguese), cereijeira marouvinha (Portuguese), cereijeira negra (Portuguese), cereijeira ordinaria (Portuguese), cereijeira pedral (Portuguese), cereijeira preta (Portuguese), cereijeira soldar (Portuguese), cereira (Galician), cereixa (Galician), cereixa ambroesa (Galician), cereixa blanca (Galician), cereixa carballal (Galician), cereixa loura (Galician), cereixa molar (Galician), cereixa negral (Galician), cereixa oubesenda (Galician), cereixal (Asturian), cereixal (Galician), cereixal (Spanish, Castillian), cereixeira (Asturian), cereixeira (Galician), cereixeira (Portuguese), cereixeiro (Asturian), cereixeiro (Galician), cereixo (Galician), cereiza (Asturian), cereizal (Spanish, Castillian), cereja (Portuguese), cerejas de Agosto (Portuguese), cerejas miudas (Portuguese), cerejas pretas (Portuguese), cerejeira (Galician), cerejeira (Portuguese), cerejeira brava (Portuguese), cerejeira das cerejas pretas (Portuguese), cerejeira-brava (Galician), cerejeira-brava (Portuguese), cereral (Catalan), ceresera (Spanish, Castillian), cerexeida (Galician), cerexo (Asturian), cereza (Asturian), cereza (Spanish, Castillian), cereza ampollar (Spanish, Castillian), cereza blanca (Spanish, Castillian), cereza castellana (Spanish, Castillian), cereza chinchona (Asturian), cereza de a onza (Asturian), cereza de agua (Spanish, Castillian), cereza de bocáu (Asturian), cereza de corazón de cabrito (Spanish, Castillian), cereza de costal (Spanish, Castillian), cereza de Jaraguy (Spanish, Castillian), cereza de la piedra (Spanish, Castillian), cereza de Sierra Nevada (Spanish, Castillian), cereza encarnada (Spanish, Castillian), cereza gallega (Asturian), cereza gallera (Asturian), cereza garrafal (Spanish, Castillian), cereza mollar (Spanish, Castillian), cereza montesa (Asturian), cereza negra (Asturian), cereza negra (Spanish, Castillian), cereza pitorrera (Spanish, Castillian), cereza ronsoria (Asturian), cereza tardía (Spanish, Castillian), cerezal (Aragonese), cerezal (Asturian), cerezal (Spanish, Castillian), cerezas (Aragonese), cerezas (Spanish, Castillian), cerezas adoñas (Spanish, Castillian), cerezas corazón de cabrito (fruto) (Spanish, Castillian), cerezas de costal (fruto) (Spanish, Castillian), cerezas mollares (fruto) (Spanish, Castillian), cerezas morrinas (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo (Aragonese), cerezo (Asturian), cerezo (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo borde (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo bravío (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo bravo (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo ciento en boca (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo común (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo de aves (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo de cerezas costaleras (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo de flor doble (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo de monte (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo durazno (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo garrafal (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo mollar (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo negro (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo salvaje (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), cerezu (Asturian), cherri-gereciya (Euskera), cirasera (Aragonese), cirasera (Catalan), cirasera (Spanish, Castillian), cirasera (Valencian), cirdeira (Galician), cireiza (Asturian), cireizal (Asturian), cirer (Catalan), cirer (Valencian), cirer bord (Catalan), cirer de sireras costaleras (Catalan), cirer de sireras duras (Catalan), cirer moll (Catalan), cirer negri (Majorcan), cirera (Catalan), cirera de guindas (Catalan), cirera de San Celimen (Catalan), cirera de Sant Celimen (Catalan), cireral (Catalan), cireras (Majorcan), cireras dolsas (Majorcan), cirerer (Catalan), cirerer (Majorcan), cirerer (Valencian), cirerer bord (Catalan), cirerer bort (Catalan), cirerer de bosc (Catalan), cirerer de bosch (Catalan), cirerer de sarró (Majorcan), cirereras d´en dols (Majorcan), cirereras de sarró (Majorcan), cireres (Catalan), cireres de cirerer bord (Catalan), cirerr (Catalan), cirers (Catalan), ciresera (Aragonese), ciresera (Catalan), ciresera (Spanish, Castillian), creisal (Spanish, Castillian), creixa (Asturian), cues de cirera (Catalan), fodrigueiro (Galician), garoubeira (Galician), gereizia (Euskera), gereiz-ondoa (Euskera), gerezi (Euskera), gerezia (Euskera), gereziondo (Euskera), gerezi-ondo (Euskera), gereziondoa (Euskera), gorronudas (Spanish, Castillian), guerecia (Euskera), guereciga (Spanish, Castillian), guereciya (Euskera), guerezi (Euskera), guindo (Spanish, Castillian), guindo garrafal (Spanish, Castillian), guindo morrino (Spanish, Castillian), guindo silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), guindo zorrero (Spanish, Castillian), kereiza (Euskera), keriza (Euskera), kerizaitz (Euskera), kerizaitza (Euskera), keriza-orpoa (Euskera), kerizondo (Euskera), kerizondoa (Euskera), mañizas (Galician), marouveira (Galician), marouviña (Galician), marouvinha (Galician), maroviña (Galician), maroviña (Spanish, Castillian), mollar (Spanish, Castillian), morriñas (Spanish, Castillian), morrino (Spanish, Castillian), mourán (Asturian), mouras (Galician), mourelas (Galician), pés de cereja preta (Portuguese), picotas (Spanish, Castillian), quereisa (Euskera), seresa (Catalan), seresa (Valencian), seresero (Spanish, Castillian), sirer (Valencian), sirer bort (Valencian), sirera (Aragonese), sirera (Catalan), sirera (Spanish, Castillian), sirera (Valencian), sirerera (Aragonese), sirerera (Catalan), sirerera (High Aragonese), sirerera (Valencian), siresera (Aragonese), siresera (High Aragonese), sirisera (Aragonese), sirisera (High Aragonese), siserera (Aragonese), xerri-ginga (Euskera), xireireira (Galician), xirereira (Galician), zereixeira (Galician), zereizal (Asturian), zeresera (Aragonese), zerezera (Aragonese), zerezera (High Aragonese), zirasera (Aragonese), zirasera (High Aragonese), zirazera (Aragonese), zirazera (High Aragonese), zirera (Aragonese), ziresera (Aragonese), ziresera (High Aragonese), zirezera (Aragonese), zreisal (Asturian), zreisal (Spanish, Castillian), zreiza (Spanish, Castillian), zreizal (Asturian), zrisal (Spanish, Castillian), zriza (Asturian), zrizal (Spanish, Castillian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
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