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Details for: Sorbus domestica

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: Sorbus domestica L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 477. 1753
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 - Sorbus L.
                                       
Homotypic synonyms: Cormus domestica (L.) Spach
Mespilus domestica (L.) All.
Heterotypic synonyms: Crataegus austera Salisb., nom. illeg.
Malus sorbus Borkh., nom. illeg.
Prunus sorbus G. Gaertn. & al.
Pyrenia sorbus Clairv., nom. illeg.
Pyrus domestica (L.) Ehrh., nom. illeg.
Pyrus sorbus Gaertn., nom. illeg.
Sorbus syrmiensis Kit.
 
Common names: acafresna (Spanish, Castillian), acafresno (Spanish, Castillian), acerolda (Spanish, Castillian), aceroldas (Aragonese), acerolla (Spanish, Castillian), acerollas de palpar (Aragonese), acerollas de palpar (Spanish, Castillian), acerollera (Aragonese), acerollera (Spanish, Castillian), acerolles (Valencian), argomeno (Spanish, Castillian), azarolla (Euskera), azarolla (Spanish, Castillian), azarollas (Spanish, Castillian), azarollas (Valencian), azarollera (Spanish, Castillian), azarollera (Valencian), azarollero (Aragonese), azarollo (Aragonese), azarollo (Spanish, Castillian), azerolera (Aragonese), azerollera (Aragonese), azerollera (High Aragonese), bionteiro (Spanish, Castillian), cancereixo (Galician), capudre (Galician), cerbo (Spanish, Castillian), ceridoler (Catalan), cerola (Spanish, Castillian), cerolas (Aragonese), cerolda (Spanish, Castillian), ceroldas (Aragonese), ceroldera (Aragonese), cerolera (Aragonese), cerolera (Spanish, Castillian), cerver (Majorcan), corme (Portuguese), cormeiro manso (Portuguese), escornabois (Galician), gerbal (Spanish, Castillian), gerbas (Spanish, Castillian), gurbe (Euskera), gurbea (Euskera), jerbal (Spanish, Castillian), jerbas (Spanish, Castillian), jerbo (Spanish, Castillian), madari (Euskera), madroñal (Galician), madroñeiro (Galician), maspila (Euskera), maspil-ondo (Euskera), maspil-ondoa (Euskera), moixera (Catalan), moixera (Valencian), peras sarmeñas (Spanish, Castillian), perifollos (Galician), pomal (Spanish, Castillian), pomal bordo (Spanish, Castillian), pomar (Spanish, Castillian), pomas (Spanish, Castillian), pomo (Spanish, Castillian), pomos (Spanish, Castillian), sarmeño (Spanish, Castillian), selbas (Aragonese), selva (Spanish, Castillian), serba (Galician), serba (Spanish, Castillian), serbal (Galician), serbal (Spanish, Castillian), serbal común (Spanish, Castillian), serbal de cazadores (Spanish, Castillian), serbal rojo (Spanish, Castillian), serbalero (Spanish, Castillian), serbas (Aragonese), serbas (Galician), serbas (Spanish, Castillian), serbas de Guadix (Spanish, Castillian), serber (Catalan), serbera (Aragonese), serbera (Catalan), serbera (High Aragonese), serbera (Spanish, Castillian), serbero (Aragonese), serbero (High Aragonese), serbo (Spanish, Castillian), sermeño (Spanish, Castillian), serva (Catalan), serva (Spanish, Castillian), serva (Valencian), serval (Spanish, Castillian), serval doméstico (Spanish, Castillian), servar (Valencian), servas (Galician), servas (Spanish, Castillian), serveñas (Spanish, Castillian), server (Catalan), server (Majorcan), server (Valencian), server comú (Catalan), servera (Catalan), servera (Majorcan), servera (Valencian), serves (Catalan), serves (Valencian), sèvia (Catalan), sierva (Spanish, Castillian), silva (Spanish, Castillian), silvar (Spanish, Castillian), silvia (Spanish, Castillian), solveira (Portuguese), sorba (Galician), sorbeira (Galician), sorbeira (Portuguese), sorbo (Spanish, Castillian), sorolles (Valencian), sorveira (Portuguese), sorveira mansa (Portuguese), sorveiro (Portuguese), suerbal (Spanish, Castillian), suerbo (Spanish, Castillian), udalacha (Euskera), udalatxa (Euskera), udalatza (Euskera), udalatz-ondoa (Euskera), viforal (Spanish, Castillian), vifural (Spanish, Castillian), zarola (Aragonese), zarola (Spanish, Castillian), zarola escañadera (Aragonese), zarolas (Aragonese), zarolera (Aragonese), zarolera (High Aragonese), zarolera (Spanish, Castillian), zedoldera (High Aragonese), zerola (Aragonese), zeroldera (Aragonese), zerolera (Aragonese), zerolera (High Aragonese), zerollas (Aragonese), zerollera (Aragonese), zerollera (High Aragonese), zurbal (Euskera), zurbal (Spanish, Castillian), Αυγαριά (Greek), Καρουπιά (Greek), ούα (Greek), ούβα (Greek), Παρουσιά (Greek), Σκαρούπα (Greek), σκαρούσα (Greek), σκαρουχιά (Greek), Σορβιά (Greek), Σόρβος ο ήμερος (Greek), Σορμπιά (Greek), Σουρβιά (Greek), Σούρβιος (Greek), σουρμπιά (Greek)[Credits]
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