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Details for: Silene vulgaris

Source: Marhold, K. (2011): Caryophyllaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Silene vulgaris (Moench) Garcke
Nomencl. ref.: Fl. Nord-Mittel-Deutschl., ed. 6: 64. 1863
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Caryophyllanae
                         Ordo - Caryophyllales
                              Familia - Caryophyllaceae Juss.
                                   Genus - Silene L.
                                       
Geo-Search:
Basionym: Behen vulgaris Moench
Homotypic synonyms: Behen vulgaris Moench
Synonyms: Cucubalus behen L.
Cucubalus latifolius Mill.
Oberna behen (L.) Ikonn.
Silene campanulata Saut.
Silene cucubalus Wibel
Silene inflata Sm.
Silene latifolia (Mill.) Britten & Rendle
Silene oleracea Ficinus, nom. illeg.
Silene venosa Asch.
Silene angustifolia subsp. vulgaris Briq., des. inval.
Silene cucubalus subsp. vulgaris (Moench) Bech.
Silene cucubalus Wibel subsp. cucubalus
Silene inflata subsp. vulgaris P. Fourn., des. inval.
Silene venosa Asch. subsp. venosa
Silene vulgaris var. maritima
Included taxa: Silene vulgaris (Moench) Garcke subsp. vulgaris
Silene vulgaris subsp. aetnensis (Strobl) Pignatti
Silene vulgaris subsp. commutata (Guss.) Hayek
Silene vulgaris subsp. glareosa (Jord.) Marsden-Jones & Turrill
Silene vulgaris subsp. macrocarpa Turrill
Silene vulgaris subsp. prostrata (Gaudin) Schinz & Thell.
Silene vulgaris subsp. suffrutescens Greuter & al.
Silene vulgaris subsp. vourinensis Greuter
 
Common names: Silène commun (French), Silène enflé (French), צִפָּרְנִית נְפוּחָה (Israel (Hebrew)), acoleja (Galician), acoleta (High Aragonese), acoletas (Aragonese), acoletas (Spanish, Castillian), afrentalabradores (Aragonese), alcadicea (Spanish, Castillian), alcaducea (Spanish, Castillian), alcanducea (Spanish, Castillian), alcandueca (Spanish, Castillian), alcoletas (Spanish, Castillian), banya de cabra (Catalan), barretets (Catalan), ben blanco (Spanish, Castillian), berza (Spanish, Castillian), berzuela (Spanish, Castillian), Blaassilene (Dutch), Bladder Campion (English), Blæresmælde (Danish), blanca (Spanish, Castillian), botello (Spanish, Castillian), botets (Catalan), Bubbolini (Italian), campaninos (Asturian), cascabeles (Asturian), cascabelillo de Canarias (Spanish, Castillian), cascavells (Catalan), cebolla (Spanish, Castillian), churriana (Spanish, Castillian), Claquel (French), Clochette blanche (French), cluxidera (Spanish, Castillian), cohetes (Spanish, Castillian), coleja (Spanish, Castillian), colejia (Portuguese), colejón (Spanish, Castillian), colellas (Aragonese), colellas (Spanish, Castillian), colelles (Catalan), coleta (Aragonese), coleta de monte (Aragonese), coleta fina (Aragonese), coleta fina (High Aragonese), coletas (Aragonese), colexa (Galician), colís (Catalan), colis (Majorcan), colís (Majorcan), colís/colissos (Catalan), colissos (Catalan), colissos (Majorcan), colitxos (Catalan), colitxos (Valencian), colleja (Aragonese), colleja (Spanish, Castillian), colleja fina (Spanish, Castillian), collejas (Aragonese), collejas (High Aragonese), collejas (Spanish, Castillian), collejas de España (Spanish, Castillian), collejas finas (Spanish, Castillian), collejicas finas (Spanish, Castillian), collejón (Spanish, Castillian), collisos (Catalan), conehera (Spanish, Castillian), coneja (Spanish, Castillian), conejera (Spanish, Castillian), conejeras (Spanish, Castillian), conejina (Spanish, Castillian), conejinos (Spanish, Castillian), conejito de campo (Spanish, Castillian), conejuelas (Spanish, Castillian), coneles (Aragonese), coneles (Spanish, Castillian), coniells (Catalan), conillet (Valencian), conillets (Catalan), conillets (Spanish, Castillian), conillets (Valencian), cordissos (Catalan), Cornillet (French), crapicheddu (Sardinian), cruixideres (Aragonese), cruixideres (High Aragonese), cuetes (Spanish, Castillian), culiells (Catalan), culis (Majorcan), culís (Majorcan), cuniells (Catalan), cunillets (Valencian), cunillos (Spanish, Castillian), curibells (Catalan), engsmelle (Norwegian), Erba de zoccu (Sardinian), erba sonajola (Sardinian), erva traqueira (Portuguese), erva-traqueira (Portuguese), escaflidors (Catalan), esclafideras (Aragonese), esclafideras (High Aragonese), esclafidores (Aragonese), esclafidors (Catalan), esclafidós (Catalan), esplotaculos (Asturian), estallaores (Spanish, Castillian), farolets (Valencian), flores de San Xuan (Asturian), galkidea (Euskera), galquidea (Majorcan), garðaholurt (Icelandic), garikota (Euskera), Gemeines Leimkraut (German), Gewöhnliches Leimkraut (German), Givişgan otu (Turkish), guiso (Spanish, Castillian), harilik põisrohi (Estonian), herba dels pets (Catalan), herva traqueira (Portuguese), Hólyagos habszegfű (Hungarian), Klokëza e rëndomtë (Albanian), Lepnica rozdęta (Polish), Llys y Poer (Welsh), manjeriçao bravo (Portuguese), manzanillón (Spanish, Castillian), Nakil (Turkish), nurmikohokki (Finnish), orelha-de-boi (Portuguese), paprastoji naktižiedė (Lithuanian), pedetes (High Aragonese), petadera (High Aragonese), petado (Aragonese), petador (Aragonese), petadors (Catalan), Pétardes (French), petardos (Spanish, Castillian), pets (Catalan), pets de llop (Catalan), pistones (Spanish, Castillian), platalapu plaukšķene (Latvian), Pokalica (Slovene), Polemonia (Italian), polemonia (Spanish, Castillian), polemonio (Spanish, Castillian), raíz blanca (Spanish, Castillian), restallones (Spanish, Castillian), restallos (Spanish, Castillian), restralleta (Spanish, Castillian), restralletas (Spanish, Castillian), restrallete (Spanish, Castillian), restrallón (Spanish, Castillian), restrallos (Spanish, Castillian), roya (Spanish, Castillian), sanjuanines (Spanish, Castillian), santibañes (Spanish, Castillian), sanxuanes (Asturian), silene (Galician), Silène enflèe (French), Silene rigonfia (Italian), Silène vulgaire (French), silenka nadmutá (Czech), silenka obyčajná (Slovak), smällglim (Swedish), Strigoli (Italian), tacabols (Aragonese), tacabols (High Aragonese), Tapotte (French), Taquet (Corsican), Taquet (French), Taubenkropf-Leimkraut (German), tirabeques de la esperanza (Spanish, Castillian), tirapeoh (Spanish, Castillian), tiratiros (Spanish, Castillian), tracabols (Spanish, Castillian), triscos (Spanish, Castillian), trons (Catalan), trons (Majorcan), trous (Majorcan), truenos (Spanish, Castillian), verderuela (Spanish, Castillian), verdura (Majorcan), yerba cruixidera (Aragonese), yerba cruixidera (High Aragonese), Σιληνή η φυσκώδης (Greek), Оберна обишнуитэ (Moldovian), смолевка обыкновенная (Russian), смолевка хлопушка (Russian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
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