Details for: Sambucus nigra
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.

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Name: Sambucus nigra L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 269. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Spermatophyta
          Subdivisio - Angiospermae
               Class - Dicotyledones
                    Ordo - Dipsacales
                         Familia - Caprifoliaceae Juss.
                              Genus - Sambucus L.
                                  
 

Source: Raab-Straube, E. von (2017+): Viburnaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Sambucus nigra L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 269. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Dipsacales
                              Familia - Viburnaceae Raf.
                                   Genus - Sambucus L.
                                       
Geo-Search:
Heterotypic synonyms: Sambucus laciniata Mill.
Included taxa: Sambucus canadensis L.
 
Common names: akamailu (Euskera), akamallu (Euskera), akamelu (Euskera), akaramailu (Euskera), baiteiro (Galician), baiteiro (Portuguese), beleiteiro (Galician), benabre (Catalan), beneito (Asturian), beneito (Galician), beneitu (Galician), beneitu (Portuguese), benitu (Asturian), bianteiro (Galician), biateiro (Galician), biateiro (Portuguese), biauteiro (Galician), biauteiro (Portuguese), bieiteiro (Galician), bieiteiro (Portuguese), bieito (Galician), bieteiro (Galician), bieteiru (Galician), bieuteiro (Galician), bineito (Galician), bineitu (Asturian), bineitu (Galician), bineitu (Portuguese), binteiro (Asturian), binteiro (Galician), binteiro (Portuguese), binteiro (Spanish, Castillian), biouteiro (Galician), biouteiro (Portuguese), birouteiro (Galician), biuiteiro (Galician), bizcatal (Asturian), bizcatu (Asturian), bonabre (Catalan), bonarbre (Catalan), bonaubre (Catalan), candelheiro (Portuguese), caneleiro (Portuguese), cañilero (Spanish, Castillian), canillero (Spanish, Castillian), caninero (Spanish, Castillian), cañolero (Spanish, Castillian), ciorria (Euskera), cohetera (Spanish, Castillian), corteza (Spanish, Castillian), cresta de gallo (Spanish, Castillian), cresta gallo (Spanish, Castillian), flauta (Spanish, Castillian), flor de benitu (Asturian), flor de sabugu (Asturian), flor de San Juan (Asturian), flor de saúcu (Asturian), flor de saúgo (Asturian), flota (Euskera), herba de llauretes (Valencian), higuera (Spanish, Castillian), hoja de gallo (Spanish, Castillian), inchusa (Euskera), inchusá (Euskera), inchusá saliparda (Euskera), intsusa (Euskera), intsusa beltz (Euskera), intu (Euskera), intusa (Euskera), intxu (Euskera), intxusa (Euskera), linsusa (Euskera), lintsusa (Euskera), menabre (Catalan), pau virandoiro (Galician), pau virandoiro (Portuguese), plausta (Euskera), plausta arr (Euskera), sabiko (Euskera), sabikoa (Euskera), sabú (Asturian), sabú (Spanish, Castillian), sabuc (Catalan), sabuca (Spanish, Castillian), sabucal (Spanish, Castillian), sabuco (Aragonese), sabuco (Galician), sabuco (High Aragonese), sabuco (Spanish, Castillian), sabuco de Judas (Spanish, Castillian), sabuco real (Spanish, Castillian), sabucu (Asturian), sabugo (Aragonese), sabugo (Asturian), sabugo (Galician), sabugo (High Aragonese), sabugo (Portuguese), sabugo (Spanish, Castillian), sabugu (Asturian), sabugueiro (Galician), sabugueiro (Portuguese), sabugueiro (Spanish, Castillian), sabugueiro ordinario (Portuguese), sabugueiro-negro (Portuguese), sabugueiru (Spanish, Castillian), sabuguero (Spanish, Castillian), sabuguiño (Galician), sabujo (Spanish, Castillian), sabuka (Euskera), sabukitze (Euskera), sabuko (Euskera), sabuqué (High Aragonese), sabuqué (Valencian), sabuqueiro (Spanish, Castillian), sabuquer (Catalan), sabuquera (Aragonese), sabuquera (Spanish, Castillian), sabuquero (Aragonese), sabuquero (High Aragonese), sabuquero (Spanish, Castillian), sabuyu (Asturian), sacapute (Spanish, Castillian), sagú (Asturian), sagú (Spanish, Castillian), saguka (Euskera), sagukitze (Euskera), sahuch (Catalan), sahuco (Spanish, Castillian), sahúco (Spanish, Castillian), sahugué (Catalan), sahugué (Valencian), sahuqué (Catalan), sakuta (Euskera), sakute (Euskera), saliparda (Euskera), sambuco (Galician), sambugueiro (Galician), samuaquer (Catalan), samuaquer (Valencian), samuco (Catalan), samuco (High Aragonese), samuco (Valencian), samugo (Spanish, Castillian), samugueiro (Galician), samugueiro (Portuguese), samugueiru (Galician), samuquer (High Aragonese), samuquero (High Aragonese), samuquero (Spanish, Castillian), samuxeiro (Galician), San Juan lili (Euskera), sango (Galician), sangú (Spanish, Castillian), sarets (Euskera), saúbu (Asturian), sauc (Catalan), saüc (Catalan), saüc (Majorcan), sauc (Valencian), saüc (Valencian), saüc ver (Catalan), saucal (Spanish, Castillian), saúcal (Spanish, Castillian), sauch (Catalan), sauch (Majorcan), sauch sensill (Catalan), saúco (Aragonese), saúco (Asturian), sauco (Spanish, Castillian), saúco (Spanish, Castillian), sauco blanco (Spanish, Castillian), sauco común (Spanish, Castillian), sauco mayor (Spanish, Castillian), saúco mayor (Spanish, Castillian), sauco negro (Spanish, Castillian), saúco negro (Spanish, Castillian), saúcu (Asturian), saúgo (Asturian), saugo (Spanish, Castillian), saúgo (Spanish, Castillian), saúgu (Asturian), saúgu (Galician), saúgu (Portuguese), saugu (Spanish, Castillian), saúgu (Spanish, Castillian), saugué (Valencian), saüguer (Catalan), sauguera (Valencian), sauka (Euskera), sauko (Euskera), sauku (Euskera), sauq (Majorcan), sauqué (Aragonese), sauqué (Catalan), sauqué (High Aragonese), sauqué (Valencian), saüqué (Valencian), sauquer (Aragonese), sauquer (Catalan), saüquer (Catalan), sauquer (High Aragonese), sauquer (Majorcan), saüquer (Majorcan), saüquer (Valencian), saüquera (Catalan), sauquerero (High Aragonese), sauquero (Aragonese), sauquero (Catalan), sauquero (High Aragonese), sauquero (Spanish, Castillian), sauquero (Valencian), sayugo (Spanish, Castillian), siaúco (Spanish, Castillian), siaugo (Spanish, Castillian), sorgin-matsak (Euskera), txikutxa (Euskera), txotxika (Euskera), vieiteiro (Galician), vinteiro (Galician), viouteiro (Galician), viradoiro (Galician), virouteiro (Galician), virouteiro (Portuguese), xabú (Asturian), xabucu (Galician), xabucu (Portuguese), xabugo (Galician), xabugu (Asturian), xabugu (Galician), xabugu (Portuguese), xagú (Asturian), xaú (Asturian), xaúbu (Asturian), xaúgu (Asturian), xirical (Asturian), yezgo (Spanish, Castillian), zaminka (Euskera), ziorr (Euskera), ziorri (Euskera), ziorria (Euskera), Αγριοαφροξυλιά (Greek), Ασβουτάνα (Greek), Αφροξυλιά (Greek), Βρωμοφροξυλιά (Greek), ζαμπούκος (Greek), Ζτόκος (Greek), Κουφοξυλιά (Greek), Κοφόξυλον (Greek), Κπυριά (Greek), Μουρβέρι (Greek), Μπουζίκα (Greek), Φλασκιά (Greek), Φροξυλάνθι (Greek), Φροξυλιά (Greek), Φρουξυλήθρα (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ab(A N) AE(G) Al Ar Au(A L) Az Be(B L) BH dBl Br Bu By Cg Co Cr Cs Ct dCy Da Ga(C F) Ge Gg(A D G) Gr Hb(E N) He Ho Hs(A S) Hu It Jo Lt Lu Mo Po Rf(C CS K S) Rm Sa dSi(M) Si(S) Sk Sl Sr Tu(A E) Uk(K) [nAg nAz(C F G J L M P S T) aBe(B) nBr aCa Ca(C) aCr Es nFe IJ aIr La cLe LS nMa Md(M) nNo nSu cSy nTn]