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Details for: Xanthium spinosum

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: Xanthium spinosum L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 987. 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 - Heliantheae Cass.
                                        Genus - Xanthium L.
Homotypic synonyms: Acanthoxanthium spinosum (L.) Fourr.
Common names: Astel-väärtakjas (Estonian), Čičak (Croat), Dornige Spitzklette (German), Dygliuotasis dagišius (Lithuanian), Dzeloņainais smaildadzis (Latvian), Lampourde épineuse (French), Nappola spinosa (Italian), Rrodhe gjembake (Albanian), Rzepień kolczasty (Polish), Trnati bodič (Slovene), Trnovita dikica (Croat), Voškovník tŕnitý (Slovak), Бодлив казашки бодил (Bulgarian), Дурнишник игольчатый (Russian), Нетреба колюча (Ukraine), Тиканлы пытрат (Azerbaijan), Холерэ цэпоасэ (Moldovian), Դառնուկ ասեղնավոր (Armenian), לכיד קוצני (Israel (Hebrew)), לָכִיד קוֹצָנִי (Israel (Hebrew)), شُبَّيْط شائك (Arabic), abriülls (Catalan), abriulls (Valencian), abrojos (Spanish, Castillian), aburejo (Spanish, Castillian), aferragós (Catalan), aferragós (Valencian), agarramoños (Spanish, Castillian), alquerque (Aragonese), alquerque (High Aragonese), amores (Spanish, Castillian), arrancamoños (Spanish, Castillian), arzola (Portuguese), aulagas (Spanish, Castillian), azotacristos (Spanish, Castillian), baconets (Catalan), baconets (Valencian), blanquiella (Catalan), cachurera menor (Spanish, Castillian), cachurrera (High Aragonese), cachurrera (Spanish, Castillian), cachurrera menor (Spanish, Castillian), cachurro (Aragonese), cachurro (High Aragonese), cadells (Catalan), cadillo (Spanish, Castillian), cadillo menor (Spanish, Castillian), cadillos (Spanish, Castillian), cadillos fuertes (Spanish, Castillian), cadillos menudos (Spanish, Castillian), caíllo (Spanish, Castillian), caillos (Spanish, Castillian), caparres (Catalan), caparres (Valencian), caparrillas (Spanish, Castillian), caramaula (Spanish, Castillian), card estrellat (Catalan), cardencha espinosa (Aragonese), cardencha espinosa (High Aragonese), cardillos (Spanish, Castillian), cardo (Spanish, Castillian), cardo acupuntural (Spanish, Castillian), cardo alcorqueño (Aragonese), cardo de la jara (Spanish, Castillian), cardo de la Virgen (Spanish, Castillian), cardo de tres puntas (Spanish, Castillian), cardo garbancero (Spanish, Castillian), cardo sacatrapos (Spanish, Castillian), cardo sereniz (Spanish, Castillian), carruchera menor (Aragonese), carruchera menor (Spanish, Castillian), carruchos (Aragonese), carruchos (High Aragonese), catxurros (Valencian), cepacaballo (Spanish, Castillian), cepacaballos de Portugal (Spanish, Castillian), coscorros (Catalan), cospins (High Aragonese), engansagossos (Catalan), enganxa gossos (Valencian), enganxadones (Catalan), enganxadores (Catalan), enganxagossos (Catalan), escardot bort (Catalan), espinaxoca (Catalan), espina-xoca (Catalan), espina-xoca (Valencian), florabia (Spanish, Castillian), floravia (Catalan), floravia (Majorcan), floravia (Spanish, Castillian), floravia/floravies (Catalan), florivia (Catalan), gafets (Catalan), gafets petits (Catalan), garbanzos del cura (Spanish, Castillian), garrinets (Catalan), gossets (Catalan), gossos (Catalan), gutxets (Catalan), herba de les espines (Catalan), herba de les punxes (Catalan), herba de tres claus (Catalan), herba del fetge (Catalan), herba fetgera (Catalan), llagastes (Catalan), llagastres (Catalan), llapassa petita (Catalan), llapassa petita (Valencian), llipasses (Valencian), llufes (Catalan), mancaperros (Spanish, Castillian), monilla (Spanish, Castillian), narriola (Catalan), pegotes (Spanish, Castillian), pegotes de espiño (Galician), picos (Spanish, Castillian), piojos de señorita (Spanish, Castillian), rascamoños (Spanish, Castillian), repegote (Spanish, Castillian), riaia (Catalan), rialla (Majorcan), rialles espinoses (Majorcan), riayas espinosas (Majorcan), rioles espinoses (Majorcan), Rzepień ciernisty (Polish), sobrevia (Catalan), Stekende stekelnoot (Dutch), Trnati bodavec (Slovene), xanthio espinhoso (Portuguese), xoca (Catalan), yerba carruchera (High Aragonese), yerba mala (High Aragonese), zântio (Portuguese)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: [nAb(A) AE(G T) nAg nAl nAr nAu(A) nAz Az(F M) aBe(B L) nBH nBl(I M N) Br nBu nCa(C F L T) nCg nCo nCr nCs nCt nCy Da nEg nEs nGa(F) aGe Gg nGr nHe aHo nHs(A S) Hs(G) nHu nIJ nIr nIt Jo nJu aLa nLe nLi nLS aLt nLu nMa nMk nMo nPo nRf(C CS E S) nRm nSa Si(M) nSi(S) nSk nSl nSn aSr nSy nTcs nTn nTu(A E) Uk(K U)]

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