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Details for: Daphne gnidium

Source: Pedrol, J. (2011): Thymelaeaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Daphne gnidium L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 357. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Malvales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Thymelaeaceae Juss.
                                   Genus - Daphne L.
Homotypic synonyms: Laureola gnidium (L.) Samp.
Included taxa: Daphne gnidium subsp. mauritanica (Nieto Fel.) Halda
Common names: astruc (Catalan), astruch (Catalan), azuqueca (Spanish, Castillian), baladre (Catalan), baladre (Majorcan), baladre bord (Catalan), baladre bord (Majorcan), bolaga (Spanish, Castillian), boliaga (Spanish, Castillian), bufalaga (Spanish, Castillian), buralaga (Spanish, Castillian), burhalaga (Spanish, Castillian), chorovisco (Galician), chorovisco (Spanish, Castillian), chorvisca (Spanish, Castillian), chorvisco (Spanish, Castillian), churvisco (Galician), culopollo (Spanish, Castillian), dafne (Galician), erva-de-Joâo-Pires (Portuguese), erva-de-joão-pires (Portuguese), espantamoscas (Spanish, Castillian), espantapulgas (Spanish, Castillian), farot (Catalan), garrupa (Catalan), gorreiro (Galician), gorreiro (Portuguese), granilla (Spanish, Castillian), herba de Joam Pires (Portuguese), herba de poll (Catalan), herba de polls (Catalan), herba picapoll (Catalan), herba pollera (Catalan), herba pollosa (Catalan), lauréola-macha (Portuguese), lentisco (Spanish, Castillian), matagallina (Catalan), matagallina (Spanish, Castillian), matagallinas (Spanish, Castillian), matalagallina (Catalan), matalagallina (Spanish, Castillian), matapoll (Catalan), matapoll (Majorcan), matapoll (Valencian), matapoll comú (Majorcan), matapollera (Catalan), matapollera (Spanish, Castillian), matapollo (Spanish, Castillian), matapollos (Spanish, Castillian), matapolls (Catalan), matapoy (Majorcan), matapulgas (Galician), matapulgas (Portuguese), matapulgas (Spanish, Castillian), mezereâo-menor (Portuguese), mezereão-menor (Portuguese), mezéreo-menor (Portuguese), picapoll (Catalan), pimienta del monte (Spanish, Castillian), tei (Catalan), tei de mata (Catalan), tell (Catalan), tey (Catalan), tintorell (Catalan), torbisca (Spanish, Castillian), torbisco (Spanish, Castillian), torbiscoa (Euskera), torbisko (Euskera), torbiskoa (Euskera), torbisquera (Spanish, Castillian), torbizco (Spanish, Castillian), torobisco (Spanish, Castillian), torovisca (Spanish, Castillian), torovisco (High Aragonese), torovisco (Spanish, Castillian), toroviscu (Spanish, Castillian), torovizco (Spanish, Castillian), torvisca (Galician), torvisca (Portuguese), torvisca (Spanish, Castillian), torvisco (Aragonese), torvisco (Galician), torvisco (Portuguese), torvisco (Spanish, Castillian), torvisco macho (Spanish, Castillian), torvisqueiro (Portuguese), torvisquera (Spanish, Castillian), torvisquina (Spanish, Castillian), torvizco (Spanish, Castillian), travisco (Portuguese), travisqueira (Portuguese), trevisco (Portuguese), trobisco (Galician), trobisqueira (Galician), trovisco (Galician), trovisco (Portuguese), trovisco (Spanish, Castillian), trovisco femea (Portuguese), trovisco fêmea (Portuguese), trovisco ordinario (Portuguese), trovisco-fêmea (Galician), trovisco-fémea (Portuguese), trovisco-fêmea (Portuguese), trovisqueira (Portuguese), trovisqueiro (Galician), trovisqueiro (Portuguese), truvisco (Galician), truvisco (Spanish, Castillian), turvisco (Galician), κάφσα (Greek), κάψα (Greek), Φλώμος (Greek), Χολοκούκκι (Greek), χολόχορτο (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ag Al Bl dCa(C P T) Co Ga Gr Hs(S) It Ju Lu Ma Sa Si(S) Tn

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