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Details for: Sonchus oleraceus

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: Sonchus oleraceus L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 794. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Asterales
                              Familia - Compositae Giseke
                                   Tribus - Cichorieae Lam. & DC.
                                        Genus - Sonchus L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Sonchus ciliatus Lam.
Sonchus lacerus Willd.
Sonchus royleanus DC.
Sonchus subbipinnatifidus (Guss.) Zenari
Sonchus ciliatus var. subbipinnatifidus Guss.
Common names: Almindelig Svinemælk (Danish), Cardu mansu (Corsican), Cicerbita (Corsican), Dārza mīkstpiene (Latvian), Gemeine Gänsedistel (German), Grespino comune (Italian), Haredylle (Norwegian), Harilik piimohakas (Estonian), Kaalivalvatti (Finnish), Kålmolke (Swedish), Kohl-Gänsedistel (German), Laiteron maraîcher (French), Laiteron potager (French), Lattaghjonu (Corsican), Lattarone (Corsican), Mlecz zwyczajny (Polish), Rrëshyell perime (Albanian), Smooth Sow-thistle (English), Градински кострец (Bulgarian), Осот огородный (Russian), Сусай де-грэдинэ (Moldovian), Կաթնբեկ բանջարանոցային (Armenian), מרור הגינות (Israel (Hebrew)), מְרוֹר הַגִּנּוֹת (Israel (Hebrew)), بَقْلَة يَهودِيَّة (Arabic), تِفاف بَقْلي (Arabic), لِبَّيْـن (Arabic), achicorias (Spanish, Castillian), alextó (Catalan), astaurraza (Euskera), astelunaza (Euskera), azapuercos (Spanish, Castillian), borrajas (Spanish, Castillian), camaroja (Spanish, Castillian), camorroja (Spanish, Castillian), cardeña (Asturian), cardeña (Spanish, Castillian), cardenca (Spanish, Castillian), cardo lechero (Spanish, Castillian), cardo meleño (Spanish, Castillian), cardo molar (Galician), cardo molar (Portuguese), cardos (Asturian), cardos lecheros (Asturian), cardos lechines (Spanish, Castillian), cardu (Asturian), carduncha (Spanish, Castillian), carrajón (Spanish, Castillian), cenraya (Asturian), cerraja (Spanish, Castillian), cerraja basta (Spanish, Castillian), cerraja borde (Spanish, Castillian), cerraja castellana (Spanish, Castillian), cerraja común (Spanish, Castillian), cerraja del suelo (Spanish, Castillian), cerraja suave (Spanish, Castillian), cerrajas (Aragonese), cerrajas (High Aragonese), cerrajas (Spanish, Castillian), cerrajón (Spanish, Castillian), cerrajón basto (Spanish, Castillian), cerrajón de ensalá (Spanish, Castillian), cerrajón imperial (Spanish, Castillian), cerrajón pavero (Spanish, Castillian), cerralha (Portuguese), cerraxa (Galician), chicoria (Spanish, Castillian), chicorias dulces (Spanish, Castillian), Cicerbita (Italian), cicerbita (Spanish, Castillian), Crespigno (Italian), diente de león (Spanish, Castillian), ferroio (Galician), forrajas (Spanish, Castillian), forrajillo (Spanish, Castillian), garduguera (Euskera), Kålmjölktistel (Swedish), kardabera (Euskera), Laiteron lisse (French), latazín (Aragonese), Lattarolo (Italian), lechacines (Aragonese), lechacino (Spanish, Castillian), lechacinos (Aragonese), lechazín (Aragonese), lechazines (High Aragonese), lechazino (Aragonese), lechazino (High Aragonese), lechecilla (Spanish, Castillian), lechecillo (Spanish, Castillian), lechecino (Spanish, Castillian), lechecinos (Spanish, Castillian), lechera (Spanish, Castillian), lecheras (Spanish, Castillian), lecheros (Spanish, Castillian), lechiterna (Spanish, Castillian), lechocino (Spanish, Castillian), lechoncino (Spanish, Castillian), lechuga de corderos (Spanish, Castillian), lechuguilla (Spanish, Castillian), leitaruga (Galician), leitaruga (Portuguese), leitarugas (Galician), leiterâo (Portuguese), letachín (Aragonese), letazín (Aragonese), letazino (Aragonese), llacsó (Catalan), llacsóns (Catalan), llacsons (Majorcan), llasó (Majorcan), llataím (Aragonese), llataim (High Aragonese), llatarins (Aragonese), llatasín (Aragonese), llatazín (Aragonese), llatazín (High Aragonese), llatezín (Aragonese), llatisó (Catalan), llatsons (Majorcan), llaxó (Catalan), llaxons (Valencian), llecsó (Catalan), llensó (Majorcan), llepsó (Catalan), llepsons (Catalan), lletasins (Aragonese), lletera (Aragonese), lletezín (Aragonese), lletissó (Catalan), lletsó (Catalan), lletsó (Majorcan), lletsó (Valencian), lletsó d´ase (Catalan), lletsó fí (Valencian), lletsó oleraci (Catalan), lletsó/lletsons (Catalan), lletsons (Majorcan), llicsó (Catalan), llicsó (Valencian), llitsó (Catalan), llixó-fi (Valencian), llixóns (Valencian), Mjölktistel (Swedish), Mlecz warzywny (Polish), pendejo (Spanish, Castillian), pixallits (Catalan), saincho (Galician), sarralha (Portuguese), semaya (Spanish, Castillian), serrada (Spanish, Castillian), serrajas (Spanish, Castillian), serralha (Galician), serralha (Portuguese), serralha branca (Portuguese), serralha macia (Portuguese), serralha-branca (Galician), serralha-branca (Portuguese), serralha-brava (Portuguese), serralha-macia (Galician), serralha-macia (Portuguese), serralla (Galician), sonco liso (Spanish, Castillian), tarriellu (Asturian), ternillo (Spanish, Castillian), xarraya (Asturian), zerraja (Aragonese)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ab(A N) AE(G T) Ag Al Ar Au(A L) Be(B L) BH Bl(I M N) Br Bu By dCa(C F G H L P T) Cg Co Cr Cs Ct Cy Da Eg Es Fe Ga(C F M) Ge Gg Gr Hb(E N) He Ho Hs(A G S) Hu Ir It Jo La Le Li Lt Lu Ma dMd(D M P) Mk Mo No Po Rf(C CS E K N NW S) Rm Sa dSg Si(M S) Sk Sl Sn Sr Su Sy Tn Tu(A E) Uk(K U) [Ag Az(C F G J L M P S T) aIs]

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