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Details for: Meum athamanticum

Source: Hand, R. (2011): Apiaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Meum athamanticum Jacq.
Nomencl. ref.: Fl. Austriac. 4: 2. 1776
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Apiales
                              Familia - Apiaceae Lindl.
                                   Genus - Meum Mill.
Common names: cardo-pinillo (Spanish, Castillian), cenullo de puerto (Aragonese), comí barrat (Catalan), comino (High Aragonese), comino (Spanish, Castillian), endiaço (Portuguese), eneldo ursino (Spanish, Castillian), fonoll (Catalan), gistra (Galician), herba del meu (Catalan), hinojo ursino (Spanish, Castillian), jarapicos (Spanish, Castillian), meo (Portuguese), meo (Spanish, Castillian), meón (Aragonese), meón (High Aragonese), meón (Portuguese), meón (Spanish, Castillian), meu (Catalan), meu (Spanish, Castillian), meu atamantico (Spanish, Castillian), meu athamántico (Spanish, Castillian), meyón (Spanish, Castillian), penilho (Portuguese), penilho de cheiro (Portuguese), perejil de monte (Spanish, Castillian), perexil do monte (Galician), pinelló (Catalan), pinillo (Spanish, Castillian), pinillo de cheiro (Portuguese), pinillo oloroso (Spanish, Castillian), prexil d’o monte (Galician), prixel de monte (Galician), prixel do monte (Galician), sestra (High Aragonese), sestra (Spanish, Castillian), siestra (High Aragonese), siestra (Spanish, Castillian), sistra (Aragonese), sistra (Asturian), sistra (Catalan), sistra (Spanish, Castillian), sistre (Catalan), te purgante (Aragonese), té purgante (High Aragonese), té purgante (Spanish, Castillian), xistra (Catalan), xistra (Galician), xistra (High Aragonese), xistra (Spanish, Castillian), yerba de la orina (Spanish, Castillian), zenullo de puerto (Aragonese), zenullo de puerto (High Aragonese), zenullo de puerto (Spanish, Castillian), zistra (Asturian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Al Au(A) Be(B L) BH Br Bu Cg Cs Ct Ga(F) Ge He Hs(A S) It Ma Mk Po Rm Sl Sr Uk(U) [aDa aFe aIs nNo Rf(NW) aSu]

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