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Details for: Glebionis coronaria

Source: Greuter, W. (2006+): Compositae (pro parte majore). – In: Greuter, W. & Raab-Straube, E. von (ed.): Compositae. Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Glebionis coronaria (L.) Spach
Nomencl. ref.: Hist. Nat. Vég. 10: 181. 1841
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Asterales
                              Familia - Compositae Giseke
                                   Tribus - Anthemideae Cass.
                                        Genus - Glebionis Cass.
Basionym: Chrysanthemum coronarium L.
Homotypic synonyms: Chrysanthemum coronarium L.
Pinardia coronaria (L.) Less.
Xanthophthalmum coronarium (L.) P. D. Sell
Heterotypic synonyms: Chrysanthemum merinoanum Pau
Chrysanthemum coronarium subsp. discolor (d’Urv.) Rech. f.
Chrysanthemum coronarium var. discolor d’Urv.
Common names: Balculu (Corsican), Chrysanthème à couronnes (French), Chrysanthème couronné (French), Chrysanthème des jardins (French), Chryzantémovka vencová (Slovak), Crisantemo giallo (Italian), Crown Daisy (English), Fior d’oro (Italian), Kranskrage (Swedish), Kronkrage (Norwegian), Kron-Okseøje (Danish), Kruunupäivänkakkara (Finnish), Lellux (Maltese), Zelenkasti ravan (Croat), Żigland (Maltese), Złocień wieńcowy (Polish), Златоцвет обыкновенный (Russian), Златоцвет увенчанный (Russian), Кризантеме коронатэ (Moldovian), Хризантема увiнчана (Ukraine), אזנן משולשן (Israel (Hebrew)), חַרְצִית עֲטוּרָה (Israel (Hebrew)), قَوْقَحان إكْليلي (Arabic), antimonia (Spanish, Castillian), beijos-de-estudante (Portuguese), belide menuda (Spanish, Castillian), bemmequeres (Portuguese), bemmequeres amarello (Portuguese), besantemon oloroso (Spanish, Castillian), bolits (Majorcan), bolitx (Majorcan), bòlitz (Majorcan), bulitx (Majorcan), camamilla borda (Majorcan), coronària (Catalan), coronaria (Spanish, Castillian), crisantem (Catalan), crisantemo (Galician), crisantemo (Spanish, Castillian), crisantemo silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), crisantemos (Portuguese), estrella española (Spanish, Castillian), estrella mayor de mieses (Spanish, Castillian), flor de muerto (Spanish, Castillian), flor de santo (Spanish, Castillian), hinojo hato (Spanish, Castillian), krisantemo (Euskera), magarza (Spanish, Castillian), magarzón (Spanish, Castillian), magaza (Spanish, Castillian), malmequer (Portuguese), malmequeres amarello (Portuguese), manzanilla de flor dorada (Spanish, Castillian), manzanilla dulce (Spanish, Castillian), manzanilla loca (Spanish, Castillian), maravellas (Majorcan), margarida (Catalan), margarida silvestre (Catalan), margarides (Majorcan), margaritones (Spanish, Castillian), meravelles (Catalan), mirabeles (Spanish, Castillian), mirabels (Spanish, Castillian), mogigato (Spanish, Castillian), mohinos (Spanish, Castillian), mohinos bastos (Spanish, Castillian), moixos (Catalan), moixos (Majorcan), mojigato (Spanish, Castillian), mojino amarillo (Spanish, Castillian), ojo de buey (Spanish, Castillian), ojos albillos (Spanish, Castillian), ollo de boi (Galician), pajito (Spanish, Castillian), pajitos (Spanish, Castillian), pampilho (Portuguese), pampilho ordinario (Portuguese), pampilho ordinário (Portuguese), pampilho-ordinário (Portuguese), pampillo (Galician), pamposto (Portuguese), pampullo (Galician), paxitos (Spanish, Castillian), rot de bou (Catalan), santimonia (Spanish, Castillian), semillama (Spanish, Castillian), sordanaia (Majorcan), sordanara (Majorcan), sordanaya (Majorcan), sordonaia (Catalan), ull de bou (Catalan), urrelili (Euskera), violer de mort (Majorcan), yerba del muerto (Spanish, Castillian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: AE(G) Ag BH Bl(I M N) Co Cr Cy Eg Ga(F) Gr Hs(G S) Ir It Jo Le Li Lu Ma ?Mk Sa Si(S) Sn Sy Tn Tu(A E) [nAu aAu(A) nAz(F G J L M P S T) aBe(B) Br By nCa(C F G H L P T) aCs Ct ?Es cGa(F) aGe aHb(E) aHe aHu ?La ?Lt nMd(M P) Mo No aPo Rf(C E NW S) cRm Sg cSk Uk(K U)]

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