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Details for: Blitum bonus-henricus

Source: Uotila, P. (2011): Chenopodiaceae (pro parte majore). – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Blitum bonus-henricus (L.) Rchb.
Nomencl. ref.: Fl. Germ. Excurs.: 582. 1832
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Caryophyllanae
                         Ordo - Caryophyllales
                              Familia - Chenopodiaceae Vent.
                                   Genus - Blitum L.
                                       
Basionym: Chenopodium bonus-henricus L.
Homotypic synonyms: Chenopodium bonus-henricus L.
 
Common names: Chénopode bon-henri (French), Chénopode du bon Henri (French), alimoaches (Aragonese), alimoaches (High Aragonese), alimoaches (Spanish, Castillian), alimosches (High Aragonese), almoches (Aragonese), almoches (Spanish, Castillian), ansarina (Spanish, Castillian), anserina (Spanish, Castillian), armolla (Catalan), armuelle silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), armuelles silvestres (Spanish, Castillian), armuelles sylvestres (Spanish, Castillian), bledons blancs (Valencian), blet bord (Catalan), blet bord (Valencian), blet de bosc (Catalan), blet de bosch (Catalan), blet moll de bosc (Catalan), blet moll silvestre (Catalan), Bono Enrico (Italian), Brave hendrik (Dutch), buen Enrique (Spanish, Castillian), ceñiglo untuoso (Spanish, Castillian), ceñilgo (Spanish, Castillian), chardons (Aragonese), chardons (High Aragonese), charrons (Aragonese), charrons (High Aragonese), Chénopode bon-Henri (French), Colubrina (Italian), enriqueta (Spanish, Castillian), Epinard sauvage (French), Épinard sauvage (French), erva do bon Henrique (Portuguese), espinac de muntanya (Catalan), espinac silvestre (Catalan), espinaca silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), espinacs de muntanya (Majorcan), espinacs silvestres (Majorcan), espinaques de monte (High Aragonese), Farinello buon-enrico (Italian), garadaiska (Euskera), Guter Heinrich (German), Henriko balanda (Lithuanian), Herbe du bon Henri (French), herva do bon Henrique (Portuguese), hoja de alubia (Spanish, Castillian), hoja de pie de mulo (Spanish, Castillian), hyvänheikinsavikka (Finnish), Komosa strzałkowata (Polish), Laba Indriķa balanda (Latvian), Llys y Gwrda (Welsh), lungrot (Swedish), merlík všedobr (Czech), mrlík dobrý (Slovak), panaminė balanda (Lithuanian), Parajlibatop (Hungarian), pé de ganso (Galician), peu d’anec (Catalan), peu d’ánec (Catalan), peu d’oca (Catalan), peu d´anec (Catalan), peu d´ànec (Catalan), peu d´oca (Catalan), peu de oca (Catalan), pie de anade (Spanish, Castillian), pie de ánade (Spanish, Castillian), pie de gallina (Spanish, Castillian), pie de ganso (Spanish, Castillian), Pjerëza (Albanian), Praiseach bhráthar (Irish Gaelic), quenopodio (Spanish, Castillian), sabia (Euskera), sarrión (Aragonese), sarrión (High Aragonese), sarrión (Spanish, Castillian), sarriones (Aragonese), sarrions (Aragonese), sarro (Catalan), sarró (Catalan), sarró (Valencian), sarrón (Aragonese), Sarron (French), sarrón (High Aragonese), sarrons (Aragonese), sarrons (Catalan), sarrós (Catalan), serrón (Spanish, Castillian), serrones (Aragonese), serrones (Spanish, Castillian), serrons (Aragonese), serrons (High Aragonese), Spanacul ciobanilor (Roumanian), spinacs de muntanya (Catalan), Stajska metlika (Slovene), stolt henrik (Norwegian), Stolthenriks Gåsefod (Danish), surrons (Catalan), Tervelehine hanemalts (Estonian), trokutnolisna loboda (Croat), xarrón (High Aragonese), xarrons (Aragonese), zarrones (Spanish, Castillian), zurrón (Spanish, Castillian), zurrones (Spanish, Castillian), Χηνοπόδιον ο καλός Ερρίκος (Greek), марь цельнолистная (Russian), Чувен (Bulgarian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Al Au(A L) Be(B L) BH Bl(M) Br Bu By Cg Co Cs Ct Da †Es Fe Ga(F) Ge Gr He Ho Hs(A S) Hu It La Lu Mk No Rf(C S) Rm Sa Si(S) Sk Sl Sr Su Uk(U) [nBr By Es nFe nHb(E N) cHu La Lt Ma Mo No nPo nRf(C) Rf(K NW) aRf(N) Sk Uk]


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