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Details for: Juniperus communis

Source: Raab-Straube, E. von (2014): Gymnospermae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Juniperus communis L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 1040. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Pinopsida Burnett
                    Subclassis - Pinidae Cronquist & al.
                         Ordo - Cupressales Link
                              Familia - Cupressaceae Gray
                                   Genus - Juniperus L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Juniperus intermedia Schur
Included taxa: Juniperus communis L. subsp. communis
Juniperus communis subsp. hemisphaerica (C. Presl) Nyman
Juniperus communis subsp. nana Syme
Common names: acatera (Spanish, Castillian), aginteka (Euskera), agintza (Euskera), agintzea (Euskera), arabota (Euskera), árbol de las butas (Spanish, Castillian), arcentos (Spanish, Castillian), archenas (Spanish, Castillian), árguma (Spanish, Castillian), ayaga (Aragonese), azotacristos (Aragonese), azotacristos (High Aragonese), bola (Catalan), bola del enebro (Spanish, Castillian), buta (fruto) (Spanish, Castillian), buto (Spanish, Castillian), chaparro (Spanish, Castillian), chenebro (Aragonese), chinabro (Aragonese), chinarro (Aragonese), chinarro (High Aragonese), chinastra (High Aragonese), chinebre bord (High Aragonese), chinebrero (Aragonese), chinebrero (High Aragonese), chinebro (Aragonese), chinebro (High Aragonese), chinebro (Spanish, Castillian), chinepro (Aragonese), chinepro (High Aragonese), chinestra (High Aragonese), chinibro (Aragonese), chinibro (High Aragonese), chinipro (Aragonese), chinipro (High Aragonese), cimbro (Galician), eneblio (Spanish, Castillian), enebra (Spanish, Castillian), enebrio (Spanish, Castillian), enebriza (Spanish, Castillian), enebro (Aragonese), enebro (Galician), enebro (High Aragonese), enebro (Spanish, Castillian), enebro albar (Spanish, Castillian), enebro común (Spanish, Castillian), enebro espinoso (Spanish, Castillian), enebro mayor (Spanish, Castillian), enebro morisquillo (Spanish, Castillian), enebro negral (Spanish, Castillian), enebro real (Spanish, Castillian), enebrosa (Spanish, Castillian), epuru (Euskera), escaldamures (Galician), escardamulos (Spanish, Castillian), esquena (Spanish, Castillian), ginebra (Catalan), ginebre (Catalan), ginebre (Valencian), ginebre mascle (Catalan), ginebre negral (Catalan), ginebre ver (Catalan), ginebrer (Catalan), ginebrera (Catalan), ginebro (Aragonese), ginebro (Catalan), ginebró (Catalan), ginebro (High Aragonese), ginebró (Majorcan), ginebro (Spanish, Castillian), ginebró (Valencian), ginebro negral (Aragonese), ginebro negral (Spanish, Castillian), ginebro real (Spanish, Castillian), ginebró ver (Catalan), ginebró ver (Valencian), ginebró/ginebrons (Catalan), ginebron (Catalan), giniebro (Spanish, Castillian), gorbezu (Asturian), gorbiñu (Asturian), gorojo (Spanish, Castillian), grans de ginebró (Catalan), grojo (Aragonese), grojo (Spanish, Castillian), gurbañu (Asturian), hinastra (Spanish, Castillian), hinieblo (Spanish, Castillian), hiniebro (Spanish, Castillian), ijiñebre (Euskera), inebro (High Aragonese), inebro (Spanish, Castillian), iñibre (Euskera), ipar ipurua (Euskera), ipar-ipuru (Euskera), ipar-ipurua (Euskera), ipar-orre (Euskera), ipar-orrea (Euskera), ipurea (Euskera), ipurka (Euskera), ipuro (Euskera), ipuru (Euskera), ipurua (Euskera), ipuruquia (Euskera), jabino (Spanish, Castillian), jabino común (Spanish, Castillian), jenibró (Majorcan), jimbro (Portuguese), jinebro (Euskera), jinebro (Spanish, Castillian), jinebro real (Aragonese), jiniebro (Euskera), junípero (Portuguese), junípero (Spanish, Castillian), junpuru (Euskera), larraon (Euskera), licabra (Euskera), likabra (Euskera), nebras (Spanish, Castillian), nebreira (Spanish, Castillian), nebrera (Spanish, Castillian), nebrina (Spanish, Castillian), nebro (Spanish, Castillian), orre (Euskera), orrea (Euskera), orri (Euskera), pinchorrero (Spanish, Castillian), rosafín (Spanish, Castillian), sabina (Galician), sabina (Spanish, Castillian), sabino (Spanish, Castillian), simbro (Portuguese), unpuru (Euskera), xenebreiro (Galician), xenebro (Galician), xinastra (Aragonese), xinastra (High Aragonese), xinebre (High Aragonese), xinebreiro (Galician), xinebro (Galician), xinebro (High Aragonese), zimbra (Portuguese), zimbro (Portuguese), zimbro comum (Portuguese), zimbro rasteiro (Portuguese), zimbro rastreiro (Portuguese), zimbro-comum (Portuguese), Κέδρο (Greek), κέδρος (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ab(A N) Ag Al Ar Au(A L) Be(B L) BH Br Bu By Cg Co Cs Ct Da Es Fa Fe Ga(F) Ge Gg(A D G) Gr Hb(E N) He Ho Hs(A S) Hu Is It La Lt Lu Ma Mk No Po Rf(C CS E K N NW) Rm Sa Si(S) Sk Sl Sr Su Tu(A E) Uk(K U)

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