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Details for: Pinus pinaster

Source: Raab-Straube, E. von (2014): Gymnospermae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Pinus pinaster Aiton
Nomencl. ref.: Hort. Kew. 3: 367. 1789
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Pinopsida Burnett
                    Subclassis - Pinidae Cronquist & al.
                         Ordo - Pinales Gorozh.
                              Familia - Pinaceae F. Rudolphi
                                   Genus - Pinus L.
                                       
Geo-Search:
Included taxa: Pinus pinaster Aiton subsp. pinaster
Pinus pinaster subsp. escarena (Risso) K. Richt.
Pinus pinaster subsp. renoui (Villar) Maire
 
Common names: almorzagaera (Spanish, Castillian), barrugo (Spanish, Castillian), barrujo (Spanish, Castillian), burrajo (Spanish, Castillian), cachipuercas (Spanish, Castillian), cándalos (Spanish, Castillian), chirriones (Spanish, Castillian), chisto (Spanish, Castillian), chistro (Spanish, Castillian), itsas pinu (Euskera), itsas pinua (Euskera), méano (Spanish, Castillian), melera (Spanish, Castillian), miera (Spanish, Castillian), miera de gusano (Spanish, Castillian), miera virgen (Spanish, Castillian), migollo (Spanish, Castillian), pi (Catalan), pi (Majorcan), pi bo (Catalan), pi bord (Catalan), pi de fulla llarga (Catalan), pi de llei (Catalan), pi de pinya (Catalan), pi de pinyó (Catalan), pi marí (Catalan), pi marí (Valencian), pi marítim (Catalan), pi marítim (Majorcan), pi marítim (Valencian), pi melis (Catalan), pi pinyer (Catalan), pi pinyoner (Catalan), pi redó (Catalan), pi rodeno (Valencian), pi rodesno (Valencian), pi vertader (Catalan), pimpollo (Spanish, Castillian), pin (Catalan), piña (Spanish, Castillian), pinassa (Catalan), pinastre (Catalan), pinastre (Valencian), piñeiro (Galician), piñeiro bravo (Galician), piñeiro do país (Galician), piñeiro galego (Galician), pinheiro (Portuguese), pinheiro bravo (Portuguese), pinheiro bravo do reino (Portuguese), pinheiro negro (Portuguese), pinheiro-bravo (Portuguese), pinheiro-marítimo (Portuguese), pinieiro bravo (Galician), pino (Asturian), pino (Spanish, Castillian), piño (Spanish, Castillian), pino bermejo (Spanish, Castillian), pino borde (Spanish, Castillian), pino bravo (Galician), pino bravo (Spanish, Castillian), pino carrasco (Spanish, Castillian), pino chamoso (Spanish, Castillian), pino copetero (Spanish, Castillian), pino culebrero (Spanish, Castillian), pino de aire (Spanish, Castillian), pino de Burdeos (Spanish, Castillian), pino de Flandes (Spanish, Castillian), pino de la resina (Spanish, Castillian), pino de las landas (Spanish, Castillian), pino de madera (Spanish, Castillian), pino de resina (Spanish, Castillian), pino do pais (Galician), pino galego (Galician), pino gallego (Spanish, Castillian), pino lagartero (Spanish, Castillian), pino laricio (Spanish, Castillian), pino marítimo (Spanish, Castillian), pino morisco (Spanish, Castillian), pino negral (Galician), pino negral (Spanish, Castillian), pino negrillo (Spanish, Castillian), pino negro (Spanish, Castillian), pino nevral (Spanish, Castillian), pino pinagral (Spanish, Castillian), pino raposo (Spanish, Castillian), pino resinero (Spanish, Castillian), pino rodeno (Spanish, Castillian), pino ródeno (Spanish, Castillian), pino rodero (Spanish, Castillian), pino rodesno (Spanish, Castillian), pino rodezno (Spanish, Castillian), pino royal (Spanish, Castillian), pino rubial (Spanish, Castillian), pino ruezno (Spanish, Castillian), pino volador (Spanish, Castillian), pinocha (Spanish, Castillian), piñote (Spanish, Castillian), pinu (Asturian), pinua (Euskera), piñu-gorri (Euskera), pinyó/pinyons (Catalan), pynia (Catalan), ramera (Spanish, Castillian), rodeno (Spanish, Castillian), roña (Spanish, Castillian), royal (Spanish, Castillian), tabernazo (Spanish, Castillian), tabernera (Spanish, Castillian), tamabaruja (Spanish, Castillian), tamuja (Spanish, Castillian), tamujo (Spanish, Castillian), tarambujas (Spanish, Castillian), teia (Catalan), torroll (Spanish, Castillian), torrollos (Spanish, Castillian), zarabuja (Spanish, Castillian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ag Bl Co Ga(F) Hs(S) It dLu Ma Sa Si(M S) Tn [cAl nAz(F G M P S) cBe aBe(B) nBr Ca(C T) cCg cCt -Ge cGr cHo cJu cMd Md(M P) cTu(E)]


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