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Details for: Corylus avellana

Source: Uotila, P. (2009): Corylaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Corylus avellana L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 998. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Fagales Engl.
                              Familia - Corylaceae Mirb.
                                   Genus - Corylus L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Corylus glandulosa (Godet) Godet
Corylus imeretica Kem.-Nath.
Corylus pontica K. Koch
Common names: abalaira (Galician), abeladoira (Galician), abelaira (Galician), abelairo (Galician), abelán (Galician), abelaneira (Galician), abelaneiro (Galician), abelanoira (Galician), abelao (Galician), abeleira (Galician), abeleiro (Galician), abellanera (Aragonese), abellanera (High Aragonese), abellanero (High Aragonese), abellano (Euskera), abeyar (Asturian), abillanera (Aragonese), abillanera (High Aragonese), abiyanal (Asturian), abiyaneira (Asturian), abiyaneiro (Asturian), ablaira (Galician), ablana (Asturian), ablana (Catalan), ablana (Spanish, Castillian), ablana (Valencian), ablanal (Asturian), ablanal (Spanish, Castillian), ablanar (Asturian), ablanar (Spanish, Castillian), ablanar montés (Asturian), ablaneiro (Asturian), ablanero (Asturian), ablano (Asturian), ablano (Spanish, Castillian), ablanu (Asturian), ablanu (Spanish, Castillian), ablanu montés (Asturian), ablanu montesín (Asturian), ablanu vilandiegu (Asturian), ablanu villandiegu (Asturian), ablanu villandigu (Asturian), ablenu (Asturian), abraira (Galician), abrana (Asturian), abrao (Asturian), abrau (Asturian), alvellano (Spanish, Castillian), aurán (Aragonese), auran (Catalan), aurán (Catalan), aurán (Spanish, Castillian), avaleiro (Galician), avelâ (Portuguese), avelaira (Galician), avelairo (Galician), avelán (Galician), avelaneira (Galician), avelaneira (Portuguese), avelaneiro (Galician), avelaneiro (Portuguese), avelans (Galician), avelao (Galician), avelao (Portuguese), aveleira (Galician), aveleira (Portuguese), aveleiras-bravas (Portuguese), aveleiro (Galician), aveleiro (Portuguese), avellaâ (Portuguese), avellana (Asturian), avellana (Spanish, Castillian), avellana capelurda (Catalan), avellana capelurda (Valencian), avellana común (Catalan), avellana común (Valencian), avellana cordobesa (Spanish, Castillian), avellana de muela (Catalan), avellana de muela (Valencian), avellana gordal (Catalan), avellana gordal (Valencian), avellana grifolla tardía (Catalan), avellana grifolla tardía (Valencian), avellana grifolla temprana (Catalan), avellana grifolla temprana (Valencian), avellana grijola tardía (Catalan), avellana grijola tardía (Valencian), avellana grijola temprana (Catalan), avellana grijola temprana (Valencian), avellana grossal (Catalan), avellana grossal (Valencian), avellana hembra (Spanish, Castillian), avellana llargueta (Catalan), avellana llargueta (Valencian), avellana macho (Spanish, Castillian), avellana negreta (Catalan), avellana negreta (Valencian), avellana piñolenca (Catalan), avellana piñolenca (Valencian), avellana rudoñil (Catalan), avellana rudoñil (Valencian), avellanal (Spanish, Castillian), avellanas (Spanish, Castillian), avellanas vanas (Spanish, Castillian), avellaneira (Portuguese), avellaneiro (Galician), avellaner (Catalan), avellaner (Majorcan), avellaner (Valencian), avellaner bord (Catalan), avellanera (Aragonese), avellanera (Catalan), avellanera (Spanish, Castillian), avellanera (Valencian), avellanero (Aragonese), avellanero (Spanish, Castillian), avellanes (Catalan), avellano (Aragonese), avellano (Asturian), avellano (High Aragonese), avellano (Spanish, Castillian), avellano blanco (Spanish, Castillian), avellano bobo (Spanish, Castillian), avellano común (Spanish, Castillian), avellano cultivado (Spanish, Castillian), avellano europeo (Spanish, Castillian), avellano loco (Spanish, Castillian), avellano silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), avellanu (Asturian), avellau (Asturian), avelleira (Portuguese), avillano (Spanish, Castillian), avillanu (Spanish, Castillian), avillao (Asturian), aviyaa (Asturian), basa (Euskera), basaura (Euskera), basa-urra (Euskera), bellanera (Aragonese), bellanera (High Aragonese), belortu (Asturian), besaurr (Euskera), braneiru (Asturian), caballo (Spanish, Castillian), carapiella (Asturian), carapiellu (Asturian), carrillete (Spanish, Castillian), carrulla (Asturian), cascaruto (Spanish, Castillian), caspellar (Asturian), castellar (Asturian), castillu (Asturian), catellar (Asturian), cuculo (Spanish, Castillian), gambote (Spanish, Castillian), gárgola (Spanish, Castillian), gatos (Spanish, Castillian), gromu (Asturian), hurritz (Euskera), hurritza (Euskera), hurrondo (Euskera), matu (Asturian), matu (Spanish, Castillian), mello (Spanish, Castillian), nochizo (Spanish, Castillian), panciella (Asturian), parra (Asturian), parru (Asturian), picón (Asturian), piñu (Asturian), prendengues (Asturian), troncho (Spanish, Castillian), urnitx (Euskera), ur-ondo (Euskera), urr (Euskera), urra (Euskera), urrá (Euskera), urraitz (Euskera), urratze (Euskera), urreitz (Euskera), urri (Euskera), urritz (Euskera), urritza (Euskera), urrizá (Euskera), urrkaraun (Euskera), urrondo (Euskera), urrutx (Euskera), vallaner (Majorcan), vellaner (Catalan), vellaner (Majorcan), vellanera (Catalan), vellanera (Valencian), Αλουνού (Greek), Λεπτοκαρυά (Greek), Λεφτοκαριά (Greek), Μουζελιά (Greek), φουντουκιά (Greek), φουντουτσά (Greek), φυντικιά (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
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