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Details for: Dianthus caryophyllus

Source: Marhold, K. (2011): Caryophyllaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Dianthus caryophyllus L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 410. 1753
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 - Dianthus L.
                                       
Synonyms: Dianthus caryophyllus L. subsp. caryophyllus
 
Common names: Oeillet des fleuristes (French), Oeillet giroflée (French), baratx (Euskera), betónica coronaria (Spanish, Castillian), betónica que se cría en los vergeles (Spanish, Castillian), chilipraya (Majorcan), clavaller (Majorcan), clavallinera (Majorcan), clavel (Aragonese), clavel (Spanish, Castillian), clavel (Valencian), clavel canario (Spanish, Castillian), clavel común (Spanish, Castillian), clavel del rocío (Spanish, Castillian), clavel disciplinado (Spanish, Castillian), clavel escarolado (Spanish, Castillian), clavel fino (Spanish, Castillian), clavel preñado (Spanish, Castillian), clavel rayado (Spanish, Castillian), clavel real (Spanish, Castillian), clavel remendado (Spanish, Castillian), clavel reventón (Spanish, Castillian), clavel terciopelado (Spanish, Castillian), clavelar (Asturian), claveles (Asturian), claveles (Spanish, Castillian), clavelina (Aragonese), claveliñá (Majorcan), clavelina (Portuguese), clavelina (Spanish, Castillian), clavelina de los jardines (Spanish, Castillian), clavelina doble (Spanish, Castillian), clavell (Catalan), clavell (Majorcan), clavell (Spanish, Castillian), clavell (Valencian), clavell de bosc (Catalan), clavell de pastor (Catalan), claveller (Catalan), claveller (Majorcan), clavellina (Catalan), clavellina (Majorcan), clavellina (Spanish, Castillian), clavellina de bosc (Catalan), clavellinera (Catalan), clavellinera (Majorcan), clavellinera (Valencian), clavells (Catalan), clavells (Valencian), clavells d´hivernacle (Catalan), clavillinera (Catalan), clevellina (Catalan), Clove Pink (English), craveiro (Portuguese), cravelinha (Galician), cravelinha (Portuguese), cravina (Galician), cravina (Portuguese), cravina-dos-jardins (Galician), cravina-dos-jardins (Portuguese), cravinas dos jardins (Portuguese), cravinas-dos-jardins (Portuguese), cravo (Galician), cravo (Portuguese), cravo ordinario (Portuguese), cravo salogo (Portuguese), cravos-do-Santo-António (Portuguese), cravos-dos-poetas (Portuguese), Dave-Nellike (Danish), Edel-Nelke (German), Garofano coltivato (Italian), Garten-Nelke (German), goðadrottning (Icelandic), hagenellik (Norwegian), hvozdík zahradní (Czech), julufrei (Euskera), Karafili (Albanian), Kerti szegfű (Hungarian), klinčac (Croat), klinček záhradný (Slovak), krabelin (Euskera), krabelin kultibatu (Euskera), larra-kabeliña (Euskera), maho (Euskera), Oeillet des fleuristes (French), Oeillet girofle (French), penigan Rhuddgoch (Welsh), rabelin (Euskera), tarhaneilikka (Finnish), trädgårdsnejlika (Swedish), txanelin (Euskera), txiliprai (Euskera), txulufrai (Euskera), txulufrin (Euskera), Δίανθος ο καρυόφυλλος (Greek), Бағ гәрәнфил (Azerbaijani), Гароафэ де-грэдинэ (Moldovian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ct dGr Hs(S) dIt dSa dSi [cHs cSk]


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