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Details for: Genista tinctoria

Source: ILDIS World Database of Legumes 2010. (copyright © ILDIS).

Name: Genista tinctoria L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 710. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Fabales Bromhead
                              Familia - Fabaceae Lindl.
                                   Tribus - Genisteae
                                        Genus - Genista L.
Synonyms: Cytisus tinctoria (L.) Vis.
Genista alpestris Bertol.
Genista anxantica Ten.
Genista borysthenica Kotov
Genista campestris Janka
Genista donetzica Kotov
Genista elata Wender.
Genista elatior W. D. J. Koch
Genista humilis Ten.
Genista hungarica A. Kern.
Genista lasiocarpa Spach
Genista mantica Pollini
Genista marginata Besser
Genista mayeri Janka
Genista oligosperma (Andrae) Simonk.
Genista ovata Waldst. & Kit.
Genista patula M. Bieb.
Genista perreymondii Loisel.
Genista ptilophylla Spach
Genista pubescens Láng
Genista rupestris Schur
Genista sibirica L.
Genista tanaitica P. A. Smirn.
Genista tenuifolia Loisel.
Genista virgata Willd.
Genistoides elata Moench, nom. illeg.
Genistoides tinctoria (L.) Moench
Genista tinctoria subsp. oligosperma Andrae
Genista tinctoria var. campestris (Janka) Morariu
Genista tinctoria var. oligosperma Andrae
Comments: Cultivated in Botanical Gardens of Arkhangelsk, Voronezh, Donetsk, Dushanbe,, Dubious record from Kursk Province: Vislik Log of Gorshechenski Distr. - M., Endemic to Caucasus, Endemic to Prichernomorie and Low Don basin, Highly variable donetzica (Kotov)Wissjul. (=G. donetzica), var., In "Flora URSS" & "Plantae Vasculares URSS" it is treated as G. borysthenica, Kaden, 1946, Leningrad Province: Voitolovka village (native) & Zelenogorsk (alien), Moscow & Chernovtsy, Only one record from Ukraine: Uzhokski Pass, Velikobereznyanski Distr. of, pubescens(Lang)Heuff (= G. pubescens, G. marginata) are recognized, S.Czerepanov (1981) regarded this as G. oligosperma, Very dubious record from Volgograd Province in MHA Herbarium, Zakarpatskaya Province - K.Malinovski, 29.06.1958
Common names: abulaga (Spanish, Castillian), abulaguilla de bonal (Spanish, Castillian), bicharruelo (High Aragonese), Dazinis Prozirnis (Lithuanian), Dekhpatzakhik (Armenian), delarbre (Catalan), Drik Krasylnyi (Ukraine), Drobishor Tinktoriu (Roumanian), Drok Donskoi (Russian), Drok Krasilnyi (Russian), Drok Polevoi (Russian), Drok Raskidistyi (Russian), Drok Rasprostertyi (Russian), Drok Sibirski (Russian), Drok Skalnyi (Russian), Drok Yajtzevidnyi (Russian), Dyer’s Greenweed (English), erratz (Euskera), erratza (Euskera), escoba (Spanish, Castillian), Farber-Ginster (German), flor de teñir (Spanish, Castillian), flor para teñir (Spanish, Castillian), genesta de tintorers (Catalan), genesta de tintorers (Valencian), genestra (Spanish, Castillian), Genestrolle (French), Genet Des Teinturiers (French), giesta dos tintureiros (Spanish, Castillian), ginesta de tintorers (Catalan), ginesta de tintorers (Valencian), ginestola (Catalan), ginestola tinctòria (Catalan), ginestola tintòria (Catalan), ginestola ver (Catalan), ginestola vera (Catalan), ginestrola (Catalan), hiniesta (Spanish, Castillian), hiniesta de tintes (Spanish, Castillian), hiniesta pequeña (Spanish, Castillian), jinesta de tintes (Spanish, Castillian), piorno (Spanish, Castillian), piorno dos tintoreiros (Spanish, Castillian), retama de los tintoreros (Spanish, Castillian), retama de los tintureros (Spanish, Castillian), retama de tinte (Spanish, Castillian), Retama De Tintes (), retama de tintes (Spanish, Castillian), retama de tintoreros (Spanish, Castillian), Retama Tintorera (), Varv-leetpoosas (Estonian), xiristola (Euskera), Zayachchy Garokh (Belarusian), Zhaoutazel Farbavalny (Belarusian), Zhaoutzidla (Belarusian)[Credits]
Conservation Status: Rare
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ab(A) Al Au(A) Be(B) Br Bu By Cz Da Ga(F) Ge Gg(A G) Gr He Ho Hs(S) Hu It Ju LS Lt Mo No Po Rf(C CS E K NW S) Rm Su Tu(A E) Uk(U) [Es La]
Use: Domestic, Environmental, Fibre, Medicine, Toxins

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