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Details for: Adiantum capillus-veneris

Source: Christenhusz, M. & Raab-Straube, E. von (2013): Polypodiopsida. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Adiantum capillus-veneris L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 1096. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Pteridophytina B. Boivin
               Class - Polypodiopsida Cronquist & al.
                    Subclassis - Polypodiidae Cronquist & al.
                         Ordo - Polypodiales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Pteridaceae E. D. M. Kirchn.
                                   Genus - Adiantum L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Adiantum trifidum Bolle
Adiantum capillus-veneris var. trifidum (Bolle) H. Christ
Common names: Capillaire cheveu-de-Vénus (French), Capillaire de Montpellier (French), Capillaire (French), Dúchosach (Irish Gaelic), Echt-Venushaar (German), Maidenhair Fern (English), adiant (Catalan), Adiant Venušin (Slovak), adianto (Galician), adianto (Portuguese), adianto (Spanish, Castillian), aivenca (Galician), aivenca (Portuguese), arañuela (Aragonese), arañuela (Galician), arañuela (Portuguese), arañuela (Spanish, Castillian), avenca (Galician), avenca (Portuguese), avença (Portuguese), avenca das fontes (Galician), avenca das fontes (Portuguese), avença ordinaria (Portuguese), avenca-dos-poços (Galician), avenca-dos-poços (Portuguese), avensa (Portuguese), brenca (Spanish, Castillian), brensa (Spanish, Castillian), Briger Gwener (Welsh), cabellera de Venus (Spanish, Castillian), cabello de Venus (Portuguese), cabello de Venus (Spanish, Castillian), cabellos de Venus (Spanish, Castillian), Capelvenere comune (Italian), capil.lera (Catalan), capil·lera (Catalan), capilaria (Aragonese), capilaria (Galician), capilária (Galician), capilaria (Portuguese), capilária (Portuguese), capilaria (Spanish, Castillian), capilária-de-Mompilher (Portuguese), capilária-de-Monpilher (Galician), capilária-de-Monpilher (Portuguese), capiléira (Galician), capiléira (Portuguese), capilera (Catalan), capilera (Spanish, Castillian), Capillaire de Montpellier (French), Capillare (French), capillaria (Portuguese), capiller (Portuguese), capillera (Catalan), capillera (Majorcan), charrangilla (Euskera), charranguilla (Euskera), Cheveu-de-Vénus (French), cholondrillo (High Aragonese), coantrillo (Galician), coantriño (Galician), cocudrillo (Aragonese), coentro de poço (Galician), coentro de poço (Portuguese), coentro de pozo (Portuguese), coentro-de-poço (Galician), coentro-de-poço (Portuguese), colandrilla (Galician), colandrilla (Portuguese), colandrillo (Galician), colandrillo (Portuguese), colandriño (Galician), colantrillo (Spanish, Castillian), colondrillo (Aragonese), cuadrillo (Aragonese), cuadrillo (Galician), cuandrillo (Aragonese), cuandrillo (Galician), cuandrillo (Portuguese), cuantrillo (Aragonese), cuantrillo (Galician), cuantrillo de pozo (Galician), cuentro (Galician), cuentro (Portuguese), culandrillo (Aragonese), culandrillo (Spanish, Castillian), culantrillo (Aragonese), culantrillo (High Aragonese), culantrillo (Spanish, Castillian), culantrillo de Montpellier (Spanish, Castillian), culantrillo de pozo (High Aragonese), culantrillo de pozo (Spanish, Castillian), culantro de pozo (Spanish, Castillian), curandrillo (Spanish, Castillian), diabólica (Spanish, Castillian), Erva chi non infundet (Italian), falcija (Spanish, Castillian), falcija (Valencian), falcilla (Spanish, Castillian), faldia (Majorcan), falguerina (Catalan), falguerola (Catalan), falguerola (Valencian), falsia (Catalan), falsia (Majorcan), falsía (Majorcan), falsia (Spanish, Castillian), falsía (Spanish, Castillian), falsia (Valencian), falsia de pous (Valencian), falsicha (Valencian), falsija (Catalan), falsitja (Valencian), falzia (Catalan), falzia (Majorcan), falzia (Valencian), falzia de pou (Valencian), falzia vera (Catalan), falzija (Aragonese), falzija (Valencian), falzilla (Catalan), falzilla (Valencian), fatzilla (Catalan), fausia (Majorcan), fauzia (Catalan), felechas (Asturian), Fieri i krojeve (Albanian), Filitella (Corsican), foguerola (Catalan), folguerola (Catalan), Frauenhaar (German), Frauenhaarfarn (German), garaiska (Euskera), garaiska arrunta (Euskera), garaiska charranguilla (Euskera), garaizka arrunt (Euskera), garoisca (Euskera), geraiska (Euskera), gospin vlasak (Croat), helecho de pou (Valencian), herba breuca (Catalan), herba capil.lera (Catalan), herba de font (Catalan), herba de pou (Catalan), herba malvasia (Catalan), hierba de agua (Aragonese), hierba de las mal parías (Spanish, Castillian), hierba meadera (Aragonese), ierba meadera (Aragonese), iturri-belar arrunt (Euskera), iturri-belar arrunta (Euskera), iturribelarr (Euskera), iturri-belarr arrunta (Euskera), Maidenhair-fern (English), malmasia (Catalan), malvasia (Catalan), Pampinella (Italian), perejil borde (Spanish, Castillian), polytrico (Spanish, Castillian), rosada (Spanish, Castillian), sanguinaria (Spanish, Castillian), Tursin il-bir (English), txarranguilla (Euskera), valsía herba (Majorcan), valsia vera (Majorcan), venerini laski (Slovene), Venushaar (German), Venushaarfarn (German), yerba brensa (Spanish, Castillian), yerba de agua (High Aragonese), yerba de las malparias (Spanish, Castillian), yerba meadera (High Aragonese), zanca de morenillo (Spanish, Castillian), zanca moretilla (Spanish, Castillian), zancamorenilla (Spanish, Castillian), πολυτρίχι (Greek), Адiантум венерин волос (Ukraine), Адиантум венерин волос (Russian), Венерин (Богородичен) косъм (Bulgarian), Венерина влас (Serbian), Зөһрәтүклү aдиант (Azerbaijan)[Credits]
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