The Euro+Med PlantBase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity

Euro+Med Plantbase integrates and critically evaluates information from Flora Europaea, Med-Checklist, the Flora of Macaronesia, and from regional and national floras and checklists from the area as well as additional taxonomic and floristic literature. This is complemented by the European taxa of several families taken from the World Checklist of Selected Plant Families and of the Leguminosae from the International Legume Database and Information Service ILDIS (see credits for details). By 1st of February 2018 it provides access to the total European flora of vascular plants in 222 plant families.

Details for: Arbutus unedo

Source: Valdés, B. (2009+): Arbutus. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported license (CC-By-SA-3.0 Unported).

Name: Arbutus unedo L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 395. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Ericales
                              Familia - Ericaceae Juss.
                                   Genus - Arbutus L.
Homotypic synonyms: Arbutus serratifolia Salisb., nom. illeg.
Heterotypic synonyms: Arbutus salicifolia Hoffmanns.
Common names: aagorri (Euskera), aborio (Galician), aborio (Portuguese), aborio (Spanish, Castillian), abroser (Valencian), abrosos (Valencian), agarullos (Spanish, Castillian), albedro (Galician), alberçoner (Catalan), albocer (Catalan), albocera (Spanish, Castillian), alboix (Catalan), alborcel (Catalan), alborcel (Valencian), alborcer (Catalan), alborcer (Valencian), alborçer (Valencian), alborcera (Catalan), alborcera (Valencian), alborço (Catalan), alborço (Valencian), alborecera (Spanish, Castillian), alborezera (Aragonese), alborezera (High Aragonese), albornial (Asturian), albornio (Asturian), albornio (Spanish, Castillian), alborniu (Asturian), alborno (Aragonese), alborocera (Aragonese), alborocera (Asturian), alborocera (Spanish, Castillian), alborozas (fruto) (Aragonese), alborozas (Spanish, Castillian), alborozera (Aragonese), alborozera (Spanish, Castillian), alborser (Valencian), alborsera (Catalan), alborsera (Valencian), alborsos (Spanish, Castillian), alborto (Asturian), alborto (Spanish, Castillian), alborza (High Aragonese), alborzas (fruto) (Aragonese), alborze (Aragonese), alborze (High Aragonese), alborzera (Aragonese), alborzera (High Aragonese), alborzo (Spanish, Castillian), albosera (Valencian), albrocer (Catalan), albrozera (Aragonese), albrozera (High Aragonese), albuerniu (Asturian), algorto (Spanish, Castillian), aloboniu (Asturian), alolicos (Asturian), alvedro (Galician), ambrocer (Catalan), ambrolo (Galician), ambrolo (Portuguese), ameixois (Galician), amorote (Galician), amorote (Portuguese), aniamania (Euskera), ania-mania (Euskera), animania (Euskera), animaniya (Euskera), arbedeiro (Asturian), arbedeiro (Spanish, Castillian), arbetomeral (Aragonese), arbetón (Aragonese), arbetón (High Aragonese), arbideiro (Aragonese), arboç (Catalan), arboç (Valencian), arboça (Catalan), arbocer (Catalan), arbocer (Majorcan), arbocer (Valencian), arbocera (Catalan), arbocera (Majorcan), arbocera (Spanish, Castillian), arboço (Catalan), arboços (Catalan), árbol de las fresas (Spanish, Castillian), árbol de los borrachinos (Asturian), árbol del azúcar (Spanish, Castillian), arborcer (Catalan), arborcer (Valencian), arborçer (Valencian), arborcera (Valencian), arborçó (Valencian), arborer (Catalan), arborio (Spanish, Castillian), arbornio (Asturian), arborsos (Spanish, Castillian), arborzo (Spanish, Castillian), arbós (Catalan), arbós (Majorcan), arbós (Valencian), arboser (Majorcan), arboser (Valencian), arbosér (Valencian), arbosera (Majorcan), arbosser (Catalan), arbosser (Majorcan), arbossera (Catalan), arbossera (Majorcan), arbuto (Portuguese), armoniu (Asturian), arrimania (Euskera), bedeiro (Galician), bedeiro (Portuguese), bedreiro (Galician), bedreiro (Portuguese), beduño (Spanish, Castillian), berrubiete (Euskera), berrubiete (Spanish, Castillian), borrachicos (Asturian), borrachín (Asturian), borrachín (Galician), borrachín (Spanish, Castillian), borrachinal (Asturian), borrachinal (Spanish, Castillian), borrachineiro (Asturian), borrachines (Asturian), borrachines (Galician), borrachínes (Galician), borrachínes (Portuguese), borrachino (Asturian), borracho (Asturian), borrubiete (Euskera), borrubiete (Spanish, Castillian), borrubiote (Euskera), borrubiote (Spanish, Castillian), borta (Galician), borto (Euskera), borto (Galician), borto (Spanish, Castillian), burbiz (Euskera), burbux (Euskera), burbuz (Euskera), burbuza (Euskera), burrbutx (Euskera), burrbuz (Euskera), burrbuza (Euskera), burrguiz (Euskera), burrgux (Euskera), campanita (Spanish, Castillian), candaná (Euskera), caraxeta (Galician), caraxica (Galician), caraxiqueira (Galician), caudana (Euskera), caxigo (Asturian), caxigo (Spanish, Castillian), cicerér de uóp (Catalan), cirera d’arboç (fruto) (Catalan), cirera d´arboç (Catalan), cirera d´arboç/cireres d´arboç (Catalan), cirera d´arbós (Catalan), cirerer (Catalan), cirerer d’arboç (Catalan), cirerer d’uco (Catalan), cirerer d´arboç (Catalan), cirerer de llop (Catalan), cirerer de pastor (Catalan), cireres d´arboç (Catalan), cireretes de pastor (Catalan), érbado (Galician), erbedeira (Galician), erbedeira (Portuguese), erbedeiro (Galician), erbedeiro (Portuguese), erbedo (Galician), érbedo (Galician), érbedo (Portuguese), erbedro (Galician), érbedro (Galician), érbedro (Portuguese), ervado (Portuguese), ervedeiro (Galician), ervedeiro (Portuguese), ervedo (Galician), érvedo (Galician), êrvedo (Galician), ervedo (Portuguese), érvedo (Portuguese), êrvedo (Portuguese), ervodo (Portuguese), ervôdo (Portuguese), érvodo (Portuguese), esbedro (Galician), esvedro (Galician), fartabellacos (Galician), fartabellacos (Portuguese), flor de borrachu (Asturian), garangorri (fruto) (Euskera), gurbiote (Euskera), gurbitx (Euskera), gurbitxi (Euskera), gurbitz (Euskera), gurbitza (Euskera), gurbiz (Euskera), gurrbis (Euskera), gurrbiski (Euskera), gurrbistondo (Euskera), gurrbits (Euskera), gurrbitx (Euskera), gurrbiz (Euskera), gurrbiza (Euskera), gurrguski (Catalan), gurrguxa (Euskera), gurrguxi (Euskera), gurriote (Euskera), gurrpitz (Euskera), gurrubión (Euskera), gurrubión (Spanish, Castillian), herbedo (Galician), hérbedo (Galician), hérbedo (Portuguese), herbedo (Spanish, Castillian), hérbedo (Spanish, Castillian), herbedro (Galician), hérbido (Asturian), hervedo (Galician), hérvedo (Galician), hierba alborçera (Valencian), hierba arborçera (Valencian), kandana (Euskera), kaudan (Euskera), kúfia (fruto) (Euskera), kulubiz (Euskera), kurkuts (Euskera), kurkuxa (Euskera), kurpitz (Euskera), kurrkus (Euskera), kurrkuts (Euskera), kurrpiti (Euskera), kurrpits (Euskera), kurrpitz (Euskera), leiterina brava (Galician), llicotet (Catalan), llicutet (Catalan), llipoter (Catalan), llipotet (Catalan), madrollo (Spanish, Castillian), madrollos (Spanish, Castillian), madroña (Spanish, Castillian), madroñal (Spanish, Castillian), madroñeiro (Galician), madroñera (Spanish, Castillian), madroñero (Spanish, Castillian), madronheiro (Portuguese), madronho (Portuguese), madroño (Spanish, Castillian), madroño común (Spanish, Castillian), madronyo (Valencian), medronheiro (Galician), medronheiro (Portuguese), meisueiro (Galician), merodo (Aragonese), merodo (Spanish, Castillian), mirogueiro (Galician), modrollera (Aragonese), modrollera (High Aragonese), modrollera (Spanish, Castillian), modrollo (Aragonese), modrollo (High Aragonese), modrollos (Aragonese), modrollos (Spanish, Castillian), modroño (fruto) (Aragonese), modroño (High Aragonese), modroño (Spanish, Castillian), modronyo (Valencian), morodeiro (Galician), morodeiro (Portuguese), morodo (Galician), morodo (Portuguese), morogueira (Galician), morongueiro (Galician), morongueiro (Portuguese), morote (Galician), morote (Portuguese), moroteira (Galician), moroteiro (Galician), moroteiro (Portuguese), morotes d’herbedo (Galician), muédranos (Asturian), muérdano (Spanish, Castillian), muérgano (Asturian), porronetes (flor) (Aragonese), porronetes (High Aragonese), servado (Galician), sirerer d’arboç (Catalan), vedreiro (Galician), vedreiro (Portuguese), yérbado (Asturian), yérbode (Asturian), yérbode (Spanish, Castillian), Καρομηλιά (Greek), Κομαριά (Greek), Κουμαριά (Greek), Λαγομηλιά (Greek), Μαμαίκουλα (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: AE(G) Ag Al Bl Bu Co Cr Ct Cy Ga Gr Hb(E) Hs(S) -IJ It LS Lu Ma Sa Si(S) Sl Tn Tu(A E) Uk [Ca(C T)]

  Display software last updated: January 2011
© Botanic Garden and Botanical Museum Berlin-Dahlem 2006, Imprint