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Details for: Pinus sylvestris

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 sylvestris L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 1000. 1753
Rank: Species
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.
Heterotypic synonyms: Pinus armena K. Koch
Pinus fominii Kondr.
Pinus hamata (Steven) Sosn. [non Roezl 1857]
Pinus kochiana K. Koch
Pinus rubra Mill.
Pinus sosnowskyi Nakai
Pinus sylvestris var. hamata Steven
Common names: Сосна Коха (Russian), agiña (Euskera), alaga (Catalan), aznacho (Spanish, Castillian), aznallo (Spanish, Castillian), belorita (Euskera), blanca (High Aragonese), escupineiro (Spanish, Castillian), garabuyu (Asturian), leherr (Euskera), ler gorri (Euskera), ler gorria (Euskera), lergorria (Euskera), lerr (Euskera), lerra (Euskera), lerrondo (Euskera), leu (Euskera), ligu (Euskera), peñeiro bravo (Galician), pi (Catalan), pí (Majorcan), pi (Valencian), pi albar (Catalan), pi albar (Valencian), pi blanc (Catalan), pi blancal (Catalan), pí blancal (Catalan), pi bord (Catalan), pí bord (Catalan), pi brancal (Catalan), pi brancal (Valencian), pi cerrut (Catalan), pi cerrut (Valencian), pi de la terra (Catalan), pí de la terra (Catalan), pi femella (Catalan), pi mèlic (Catalan), pi melicà (Catalan), pi melis (Catalan), pí melis (Catalan), pi negral (Catalan), pí negral (Valencian), pi negre (Catalan), pi negret (Catalan), pi rajolet (Catalan), pi roig (Catalan), pí roig (Catalan), pi roig (Valencian), pi roig català (Catalan), pí roijal (Catalan), pi rojal (Aragonese), pi rojal (Catalan), pi rojal (Valencian), pi rojalet (Catalan), pí rojalet (Catalan), pi ros (Catalan), pi urgellenc (Catalan), pi urgellenc (Valencian), pi vermell (Catalan), pi-bet (Catalan), pi-comacha (Catalan), pí-melis (Catalan), pin (Aragonese), pin (Catalan), piña (Spanish, Castillian), pinabete (Spanish, Castillian), piñal (Spanish, Castillian), pinasa (Catalan), pinassa (Catalan), pineda de carboneros (Spanish, Castillian), piñeiro (Galician), piñeiro bravo (Galician), piñeiro do país (Galician), piñeiro roxo (Galician), piñeiro rubio (Galician), piñeiro silvestre (Galician), pinete (Spanish, Castillian), pinheiro (Portuguese), pinheiro alvar (Portuguese), pinheiro bravo (Portuguese), pinheiro da casquinha (Portuguese), pinheiro de Flandres (Portuguese), pinheiro de Riga (Portuguese), pinheiro negro (Portuguese), pinheiro silvestre (Portuguese), pinheiro-da-casquinha (Portuguese), pinheiro-da-Escócia (Portuguese), pinheiro-de-casquinha (Portuguese), pinheiro-de-Flandres (Portuguese), pinheiro-de-riga (Portuguese), pinheiro-riga (Portuguese), pinheiro-selvagem (Portuguese), pinheiro-silvestre (Portuguese), pinheiro-vermelho-do-Báltico (Portuguese), pino (Aragonese), pino (Spanish, Castillian), pino albar (Aragonese), pino albar (High Aragonese), pino albar (Spanish, Castillian), pino albar silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), pino balsaín (Aragonese), pino balsain (Spanish, Castillian), pino balsaín (Spanish, Castillian), pino bermejo (Spanish, Castillian), pino blancal (High Aragonese), pino blancal (Spanish, Castillian), pino blanco (Spanish, Castillian), pino blanquillo (Spanish, Castillian), pino borde (Spanish, Castillian), pino bravío (Spanish, Castillian), pino bravo (Galician), pino bravo (Spanish, Castillian), pino brozno (Spanish, Castillian), pino carrasco (Spanish, Castillian), pino chopo (Spanish, Castillian), pino común (Spanish, Castillian), pino cortezudo (Spanish, Castillian), pino cortezuelo (Spanish, Castillian), pino de Balsain (Spanish, Castillian), pino de balsaín (Spanish, Castillian), pino de Escocia (Spanish, Castillian), pino de Valsaín (Spanish, Castillian), pino enebral (Spanish, Castillian), pino hembra (High Aragonese), pino nebral (Spanish, Castillian), pino negral (Spanish, Castillian), pino negro (Spanish, Castillian), pino real (Spanish, Castillian), pino rojal (Spanish, Castillian), pino royal (Aragonese), pino royal (Spanish, Castillian), pino royano (Spanish, Castillian), pino royo (Aragonese), pino royo (High Aragonese), pino royo (Spanish, Castillian), pino serrano (Spanish, Castillian), pino silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), pino Valsaín (Spanish, Castillian), pinomorcola (Euskera), pinu gorri (Euskera), pinu gorria (Euskera), pinua (Euskera), pinya (Catalan), pirineus (Catalan), rajolet (Catalan), rojalet (Catalan), sebó (Catalan), sebò (Catalan), teda (Spanish, Castillian), Valsaín (Spanish, Castillian)[Credits]
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