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Details for: Juglans regia

Source: Uotila, P. (2011): Juglandaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Juglans regia L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 997. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Fagales Engl.
                              Familia - Juglandaceae Kunth
                                   Genus - Juglans L.
Common names: anoales (Spanish, Castillian), anoé (Valencian), anoer (Valencian), anogal (Spanish, Castillian), anogué (Aragonese), anogué (High Aragonese), anogué (Valencian), anoguer (Catalan), anoguer (Valencian), anoguera (Valencian), anou (Catalan), anou (fruto) (Aragonese), anouer (Valencian), anouera (Catalan), anous (Valencian), anuer (Valencian), anuez (Valencian), berrio (Spanish, Castillian), cacute (Euskera), caroleira (Galician), carriona (Spanish, Castillian), carroleira (Galician), carroleiro (Galician), cáscara (Spanish, Castillian), cascarol (Spanish, Castillian), cascarón (Spanish, Castillian), coca (Catalan), coca (fruto) (Aragonese), coca (Spanish, Castillian), coca (Valencian), cocón (Spanish, Castillian), conchal (Asturian), conchal (Spanish, Castillian), concheira (Galician), concheiro (Galician), conchiro (Galician), conchiro (Portuguese), conchiro (Spanish, Castillian), concho (Asturian), concho (Spanish, Castillian), conchu (Asturian), conjo (Spanish, Castillian), coquera (Aragonese), coquera (Catalan), coquera (High Aragonese), coquera (Valencian), coquero (Catalan), coquero (Valencian), corcón (Spanish, Castillian), corolos (Galician), coscol (Spanish, Castillian), coucheira (Galician), croucheira (Galician), cuca (Spanish, Castillian), cucal (Spanish, Castillian), cuco (Spanish, Castillian), cucón (Spanish, Castillian), cuculina (Spanish, Castillian), cunchal (Asturian), cuncheiro (Galician), cunsial (Asturian), cusial (Spanish, Castillian), eltzaur (Euskera), eltzaurr (Euskera), elzaur (Euskera), elzaurrondo (Euskera), escaré (Catalan), etsaburr (Euskera), etsagurr (Euskera), etzagurr (Euskera), etzaurr (Euskera), exaburr (Euskera), giltzagurr (Euskera), giltzaurr (Euskera), giltzaurra (Euskera), gollo (fruto) (Aragonese), guilchaurra (Euskera), heltzaurra (Euskera), ichaurra (Euskera), inchaur (Euskera), inchautze (Euskera), intxaurr (Euskera), intxaurr-arbola (Euskera), intxaurrondo (Euskera), intxaurrondo arrunt (Euskera), intxaurrondo arrunta (Euskera), intxaurrondo-arrunta (Euskera), intxaurrtze (Euskera), intxaust (Euskera), intzagurr (Euskera), intzaurr (Euskera), intzaurra (Euskera), intzaurratze (Euskera), intzaurrtze (Euskera), inzaur (Euskera), kakote (fruto) (Euskera), kalkutár (fruto) (Euskera), mollos (Spanish, Castillian), muergu (Asturian), muguetu (Asturian), noal (Spanish, Castillian), noceda (Galician), nocedo (Galician), nocedo (Spanish, Castillian), noceira (Asturian), noceira (Galician), noceira (Portuguese), noceiro (Asturian), noceo (Asturian), noceo (Spanish, Castillian), noceu (Asturian), noga (Catalan), nogal (Aragonese), nogal (Asturian), nogal (Galician), nogal (High Aragonese), nogal (Spanish, Castillian), ñogal (Spanish, Castillian), nogal común (Spanish, Castillian), nogal español (Spanish, Castillian), nogal europeo (Spanish, Castillian), nogal picado (Spanish, Castillian), nogal real (Spanish, Castillian), nogal rinconero (Spanish, Castillian), nogala (Spanish, Castillian), nogalera (Asturian), nogar (Spanish, Castillian), nogaxo (fruto) (Aragonese), nogay (Galician), nogé (Valencian), nogueira (Galician), nogueira (Portuguese), noguer (Catalan), noguer (Majorcan), noguer (Valencian), noguera (Aragonese), noguera (Catalan), noguera (High Aragonese), noguera (Majorcan), noguera (Spanish, Castillian), noguera (Valencian), noguera rinconera (Spanish, Castillian), noguero (Aragonese), noguero (Catalan), noguero (High Aragonese), noguero (Spanish, Castillian), noguero (Valencian), noquera (Aragonese), noquera (High Aragonese), nou (Catalan), nou (Valencian), nou/nous (Catalan), nouera (Catalan), nous tendres (Catalan), noz (Portuguese), nozal (Asturian), ñozal (Asturian), nozal (Spanish, Castillian), ñozal (Spanish, Castillian), nuaz (Asturian), nuaz (fruto) (Aragonese), nubera (Aragonese), nubera (High Aragonese), nuceiro (Asturian), nuceiro (Galician), nuecero (Asturian), nuecero (Spanish, Castillian), nueces (fruto) (Spanish, Castillian), nueces (Spanish, Castillian), nueces machos (Spanish, Castillian), nueces mollares (Spanish, Castillian), nueces ocales (Spanish, Castillian), nueces rinconeras (Spanish, Castillian), nuesa (fruto) (Aragonese), nuez (Asturian), ñuez (Asturian), nuez (fruto) (Aragonese), nuez (Spanish, Castillian), ñuez (Spanish, Castillian), nuez habanera (Asturian), nuezal (Spanish, Castillian), nugal (Spanish, Castillian), nugué (Aragonese), nuguer (Aragonese), nuguer (High Aragonese), nuguera (Aragonese), nuguera (High Aragonese), nuguero (Aragonese), nuguero (High Aragonese), nuoz (Asturian), nuquera (Aragonese), nuquera (High Aragonese), nuzal (Spanish, Castillian), nuzeiro (Spanish, Castillian), nuzera (Aragonese), nuzera (High Aragonese), pajarera (Spanish, Castillian), perote (Asturian), sokarana (fruto) (Euskera), zozal (Asturian), Καρά (Greek), Καρυά (Greek), Καρυδιά (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ab(A) Al Ar dAu(A L) BH Bu Cg Ct Ge Gg(A) Gr Le Mk Rm Sr Tu(A E) [Ab(A) nAE Al Au(A L) nBe(B L) Bl dBl(N) nBr nBu Ca(C) nCo nCr cCs Ct Cy aDa Es nGa(C) Ga(F) nGe nGg nHb nHe Ho cHs nHs(S) Hu nIt cLt Lu nMk cMo No nPo Rf(C) cRf(K) cRm nSa nSi(S) cSk nSl aSu ?Tu(E) Uk(K) cUk(U)]

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