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Details for: Viburnum tinus

Source: Raab-Straube, E. von (2017+): Viburnaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Viburnum tinus L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 267. 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 - Viburnum L.
                                       
Geo-Search:
Included taxa: Viburnum tinus L. subsp. tinus
Viburnum tinus subsp. rigidum (Vent.) P. Silva
Viburnum tinus subsp. subcordatum (Trel.) P. Silva
 
Common names: ahojillado (Spanish, Castillian), alfena (Portuguese), barbadija (Spanish, Castillian), barbahija (Spanish, Castillian), barbaija (Spanish, Castillian), barbaíja (Spanish, Castillian), barbalija (Spanish, Castillian), barbarija (Spanish, Castillian), barbarijo (Spanish, Castillian), barbeicha (Spanish, Castillian), betatana (Aragonese), betatana (High Aragonese), bitilaina (High Aragonese), cornejo macho (Spanish, Castillian), duraznilla (Spanish, Castillian), duraznillo (Spanish, Castillian), durazno (Spanish, Castillian), durillera (Spanish, Castillian), durillo (Spanish, Castillian), folhada (Portuguese), folhado (Portuguese), folhó (Portuguese), gogorrtxu (Euskera), gogortxu (Euskera), gogortxua (Euskera), guiyombo (Spanish, Castillian), laurel de Alejandría (Spanish, Castillian), laurel de nudos (Spanish, Castillian), laurel de Orlando (Spanish, Castillian), laurel de poetas (Spanish, Castillian), laurel follado (Spanish, Castillian), laurel salvaje (Spanish, Castillian), laureola (Galician), laurestim (Portuguese), lila del campo (Spanish, Castillian), llorer bord (Catalan), llorer bord (Valencian), llorer bort (Catalan), lloreret (Catalan), lloreret (Valencian), malvarijo (Valencian), marfull (Catalan), marfull (Majorcan), marfull (Valencian), marfuy (Majorcan), mollfull (Catalan), morfull (Catalan), oriol (Majorcan), oriola (Catalan), oriola (Majorcan), picabaraia (Catalan), picabaralla (Catalan), picabaralles (Majorcan), picabarayes (Majorcan), picabarelles (Majorcan), pipa-kirten (Euskera), quino (Galician), rotabuch (Majorcan), sanguillo (Spanish, Castillian), santjoanera (Catalan), santjoanera (Valencian), sargatillo (Spanish, Castillian), sauquer (Catalan), sauquillo (Spanish, Castillian), tinillo bastardo (Portuguese), tino (Spanish, Castillian), uvas de perro (Spanish, Castillian), vara de durillo (Spanish, Castillian), viburn (Catalan), zapatillas (Spanish, Castillian), zuandor (Euskera), Άγρια δάφνη (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: dAE AE(G) Ag Al Az(C F J L M P S T) BH Bl(M) Ca(C G H P T) Cg Co dCr Ct Ga(F) -Ge Gr Hs(S) Ir It Le Li Lu Ma Sa Si(S) Sl Tn Tu(A) [AE(G) nBr Cr Ga nGa(C) nHb(E) Uk(K)]


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