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Details for: Foeniculum vulgare

Source: Hand, R. (2011): Apiaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Foeniculum vulgare Mill.
Nomencl. ref.: Gard. Dict., ed. 8: no. 1. 1768
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Apiales
                              Familia - Apiaceae Lindl.
                                   Genus - Foeniculum Mill.
                                       
Heterotypic synonyms: Anethum piperitum Ucria
Foeniculum azoricum Mill.
Foeniculum dulce Mill.
Foeniculum giganteum Lojac.
Foeniculum subinodorum Maire & al.
Foeniculum vulgare subsp. capillaceum Holmboe
Foeniculum vulgare subsp. piperitum (Ucria) Cout.
Foeniculum vulgare subsp. subinodorum (Maire & al.) Ibn Tattou
Foeniculum vulgare var. azoricum (Mill.) Thell.
 
Common names: acinojo (Spanish, Castillian), anado (Euskera), aneta (Euskera), anís (Spanish, Castillian), anís bravo (Spanish, Castillian), anís de Florencia (Spanish, Castillian), anis-bedarr (Euskera), anís-bedarr (Euskera), anis-bedarra (Euskera), anises (Spanish, Castillian), anisete (Spanish, Castillian), anisete silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), anisetes (Asturian), anisines (Asturian), anisinos (Asturian), arinojo (Spanish, Castillian), berbeiña (Euskera), berbeña (Euskera), cañiguera (Spanish, Castillian), cenojo (Aragonese), cenojo (Spanish, Castillian), cenoyo (Asturian), cenoyo (Spanish, Castillian), cenoyos (Asturian), cenoyu (Asturian), cinoho (Spanish, Castillian), cinojo (Aragonese), cinojo (Spanish, Castillian), cinoyo (Asturian), cinoyo (Spanish, Castillian), cioyo (Asturian), comiyua (Euskera), eneldo (Spanish, Castillian), enojo (Aragonese), enojo (High Aragonese), enojo (Spanish, Castillian), enoyo (Spanish, Castillian), erva doce (Portuguese), esmeldo (Spanish, Castillian), ezamillo (Euskera), ezamilloa (Euskera), fanocho (Asturian), fanoll (Catalan), fanoll (Valencian), fanoyo (Spanish, Castillian), fenículo (Spanish, Castillian), fenojo (Aragonese), fenojo (High Aragonese), fenojo (Spanish, Castillian), fenol (Aragonese), fenol (Spanish, Castillian), fenoll (Aragonese), fenoll (Catalan), fenoll (High Aragonese), fenoll (Valencian), fenoll bort (Valencian), fenollera (Valencian), fenollo (Aragonese), fenollo (High Aragonese), fenollo (Spanish, Castillian), fenoyo (Spanish, Castillian), fenoyu (Asturian), fenullo (Aragonese), fenullo (High Aragonese), fenullo (Spanish, Castillian), fenuyu (Asturian), fieiteiro (Galician), fieteiro (Galician), finojo (Spanish, Castillian), finoyo (Asturian), fiolho (Galician), fiolho (Portuguese), fiôlho (Portuguese), fiollo (Galician), fiollo (Spanish, Castillian), fioncho (Galician), fionllo (Galician), fionllo (Portuguese), fioyo (Spanish, Castillian), fiuncho (Galician), fiuncho (Portuguese), flor de anís (Asturian), foinllo (Galician), foinllo (Portuguese), follol (Catalan), follol (Valencian), fonoi (Catalan), fonoll (Aragonese), fonoll (Catalan), fonoll (Majorcan), fonoll (Valencian), fonoll dolç (Catalan), fonoll ver (Catalan), fonoll/fonolls (Catalan), fonollera (Catalan), fonollera (Majorcan), fonoy (Majorcan), fruncho (Galician), funcho (Galician), funcho (Portuguese), funcho (Spanish, Castillian), funcho bravo (Galician), funcho bravo (Spanish, Castillian), funcho de Florença (Portuguese), funcho doce (Portuguese), funcho dôce (Portuguese), funcho hortense (Portuguese), funcho ordinario (Spanish, Castillian), funcho silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), funcho-amargo (Portuguese), funcho-bravo (Portuguese), funcho-de-florença (Portuguese), funcho-doce (Portuguese), funcho-hortense (Portuguese), h.enoyu (Asturian), hacinojo (Spanish, Castillian), herba de les vinyes (Catalan), herba de les vinyes (Majorcan), herba de viñas (Majorcan), herba de vinyes (Catalan), hierba santa (Spanish, Castillian), hinojo (Aragonese), hinojo (Spanish, Castillian), hinojo amargo (Spanish, Castillian), hinojo común (Spanish, Castillian), hinojo doméstico (Spanish, Castillian), hinojo hortense (Spanish, Castillian), hinojo salvaje (Spanish, Castillian), hinojo vulgar (Spanish, Castillian), inoh.u (Asturian), inojo (Spanish, Castillian), jenoyo (Spanish, Castillian), jenoyu (Asturian), jinojo (Spanish, Castillian), linojo (Spanish, Castillian), llavoretes (Catalan), llavoretes (Valencian), matalauva (Catalan), mehla (Euskera), mellu (Euskera), mellu (Spanish, Castillian), meul (Euskera), michilu (Euskera), mielo (Euskera), mieloi (Euskera), mieloia (Euskera), mielu (Euskera), mierlu (Euskera), mieru (Euskera), mihilua (Euskera), mihuli (Euskera), mihulu (Euskera), mihulua (Euskera), miillu (Euskera), millu (Euskera), millu (Spanish, Castillian), millua (Euskera), millua (Spanish, Castillian), milu (Euskera), milu (Spanish, Castillian), mirillu (Euskera), mirillu-belar (Euskera), mirillu-belarr (Euskera), miro (Euskera), miru-belar (Euskera), miru-belarr (Euskera), miuli (Euskera), molu (Euskera), mullu (Euskera), perejil de gitano (Spanish, Castillian), perejil-de-jitano (Euskera), perejilón (Spanish, Castillian), pollonera (Catalan), ponollera (Valencian), puhuillu (Euskera), pukulli (Euskera), pukullu (Euskera), tenojo (Spanish, Castillian), tinojo (Spanish, Castillian), xarpot (Euskera), xarpotx (Euskera), zenojo (Aragonese), zenojo (Euskera), zenojo (High Aragonese), zenojo (Spanish, Castillian), zenoll (Aragonese), zenoll (Spanish, Castillian), zenollo (Aragonese), zenollo (High Aragonese), zenollo (Spanish, Castillian), zenullo (Aragonese), zenullo (High Aragonese), zenullo (Spanish, Castillian), zinojo (Aragonese), zinojo (High Aragonese), zinojo (Spanish, Castillian)[Credits]
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