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Details for: Apium graveolens

Source: Hand, R. (2011): Apiaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Apium graveolens L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 264. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Apiales
                              Familia - Apiaceae Lindl.
                                   Genus - Apium L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Apium dulce Mill.
Apium rapaceum Mill.
Apium graveolens subsp. dulce (Mill.) Lemke & Rothm.
Apium graveolens subsp. rapaceum (Mill.) P. D. Sell
Common names: abit (Catalan), àbit (Catalan), abit (Majorcan), àbit (Majorcan), aipo (Galician), aipo (Portuguese), aipo bravo (Galician), aipo bravo (Portuguese), aipo cultivado (Portuguese), aipo doce (Galician), aipo doce (Portuguese), aipo dos charcos (Portuguese), aipo dos pântanos (Portuguese), aipo hortense (Galician), aipo hortense (Portuguese), aipo inculto (Portuguese), aipo silvestre (Galician), aipo silvestre (Portuguese), aipo-bravo (Galician), aipo-bravo (Portuguese), aipo-cultivado (Portuguese), aipo-doce (Galician), aipo-doce (Portuguese), aipo-dos-charcos (Portuguese), aipo-dos-pantanos (Galician), aipo-dos-pantanos (Portuguese), aipo-dos-pântanos (Portuguese), aipo-hortense (Galician), aipo-hortense (Portuguese), aipo-inculto (Portuguese), aipo-silvestre (Galician), aipo-silvestre (Portuguese), ampio (Galician), api (Catalan), api (Euskera), api (Majorcan), api (Valencian), api bord (Catalan), api bord (Majorcan), api bord (Valencian), api boscà (Catalan), api de riu (Catalan), api de riu (Valencian), api de sequía (Catalan), api ver (Catalan), apio (Aragonese), apio (Asturian), apio (Galician), apio (High Aragonese), apio (Portuguese), apio (Spanish, Castillian), apio acuático (Spanish, Castillian), apio aquatico (Portuguese), apio bastardo (Spanish, Castillian), apio blanco (Spanish, Castillian), apio borde (Aragonese), apio borde (Spanish, Castillian), apio bravío (Spanish, Castillian), apio bravo (Portuguese), apio bravo (Spanish, Castillian), apio común (Spanish, Castillian), apio de acuático (Spanish, Castillian), apio de agua (Spanish, Castillian), apio de arroyo (Spanish, Castillian), apio de arroyos (Spanish, Castillian), apio de huerta (Spanish, Castillian), apio de laguna (Spanish, Castillian), apio de las lagunas (Spanish, Castillian), apio de los huertos (Spanish, Castillian), apio de monte (Spanish, Castillian), apio dulce (Spanish, Castillian), apio laguna (Spanish, Castillian), apio montés (Asturian), apio nabo (Spanish, Castillian), apio palustre (Spanish, Castillian), apio silbestre (Aragonese), apio silvestre (Aragonese), apio silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), apio zuri (Euskera), apio zuria (Euskera), apit (Catalan), àpit (Catalan), apit (Majorcan), àpit bord (Catalan), àpit bord (Majorcan), apit bort (Catalan), àpit de riu (Catalan), apiu (Asturian), arbi-apio (Euskera), arbi-apioa (Euskera), arupio (Galician), aypo (Galician), celeri (Portuguese), celerio (Spanish, Castillian), créixems (Catalan), habit (Catalan), habit (Majorcan), habit (Spanish, Castillian), herba da fistola (Galician), herba da fístola (Galician), perejil de agua (Spanish, Castillian), perrechillecea (Euskera), perregil ocea (Euskera), perretxilleze (Euskera), perrexil heze (Euskera), perrexil hezea (Euskera), perrexilhezea (Euskera), perrexil-hezea (Euskera), salsa do monte (Portuguese), salsa-do-monte (Portuguese)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
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