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Details for: Thymus vulgaris

Source: World Checklist of Selected Plant Families (2010), copyright © The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Name: Thymus vulgaris L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 591. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Is replaced synonym for: Origanum thymus Kuntze
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Lamiales
                              Familia - Lamiaceae Lindl.
                                   Genus - Thymus L.
                                       
Geo-Search:
Homotypic synonyms: Origanum thymus Kuntze
Included taxa: Thymus vulgaris L. subsp. vulgaris
Thymus vulgaris subsp. aestivus (Reut. ex Willk. & Lange) A. Bolòs & O. Bolòs
 
Common names: arçâ (Portuguese), arçanha (Portuguese), axedrea (Aragonese), boja (Spanish, Castillian), bojas (Spanish, Castillian), elar (Euskera), elharr (Euskera), entremunsell (Aragonese), entremusell (High Aragonese), erle-bedarr (Euskera), estremoncello (Spanish, Castillian), estremoncillo (Aragonese), estremoncillo (Spanish, Castillian), estremonzillo (Aragonese), estremonzillo (High Aragonese), estremuncell (Catalan), estremunsell (Aragonese), estremunzillo (Aragonese), estremunzillo (High Aragonese), ezcaya (Euskera), ezkai (Euskera), ezkaia (Euskera), farigola (Aragonese), farigola (Catalan), farigola (High Aragonese), farigola (Majorcan), farigola (Valencian), farigolera (High Aragonese), farigoleta (Catalan), farigoleta (High Aragonese), fariguala (Aragonese), fariguala (High Aragonese), ferrigola (Catalan), forigola (Valencian), frigola (Catalan), frígola (Catalan), frígola (Majorcan), frígola (Valencian), friula (Catalan), friula (Valencian), ispillu (Euskera), lo timó (Valencian), morquera (Aragonese), morquera (High Aragonese), sajolida (Majorcan), señorida comuna (Majorcan), senyorida (Majorcan), tem (Catalan), tem (Majorcan), termonzillo (High Aragonese), thymo (Portuguese), thymo con hojas más anchas (Spanish, Castillian), timó (Catalan), timó (Valencian), timó bast (Valencian), timó femella (Valencian), timó mascle (Valencian), timó normal (Valencian), timón (Valencian), timoncillo (Spanish, Castillian), timonet (Aragonese), timonet (Catalan), timonet (High Aragonese), timonet (Valencian), timons (Catalan), tomaní (Catalan), tomell (Valencian), tomello (Spanish, Castillian), tomello (Valencian), tomello vulgar (Valencian), tomelo (Galician), tomelo (Portuguese), tomentelo (Galician), tomentelo (Portuguese), tomilho (Galician), tomilho (Portuguese), tomilho-ordinário (Portuguese), tomilho-vulgar (Portuguese), tomillo (Aragonese), tomillo (Asturian), tomillo (Galician), tomillo (High Aragonese), tomillo (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo alcanforado (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo ansero (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo blanco (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo borde (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo borriquero (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo caliza (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo común (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo de a pie (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo de primavera (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo de un pie sólo (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo fino (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo hediondo (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo limonero (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo negrillo (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo ordinario (Portuguese), tomillo royo (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo salsero (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo verde (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo vulgar (Spanish, Castillian), tomillu (Asturian), tomillua (Euskera), tomilo (Aragonese), tomilo (High Aragonese), tomiño (Galician), tomizo (Aragonese), tomizo (High Aragonese), tremoncillo (Aragonese), tremoncillo (Spanish, Castillian), tremonsillo (Aragonese), tremonsillo (High Aragonese), tremontillo (Aragonese), tremontillo (High Aragonese), tremonzillo (Aragonese), tremonzillo (High Aragonese), tumilho (Portuguese), tumillo (Aragonese), tumillo (High Aragonese), tumillo (Spanish, Castillian), tumillo (Valencian), tymo (Portuguese)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Bl Co Ga Hs It Ma [He]


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