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Details for: Laurus nobilis

Source: Raab-Straube, E. von (2018): Lauraceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Laurus nobilis L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 369. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Magnolianae
                         Ordo - Laurales
                              Familia - Lauraceae Juss.
                                   Genus - Laurus L.
Common names: alloriu (Asturian), alloru (Asturian), árbol de Apolo (Spanish, Castillian), aurel (Asturian), aurel (Spanish, Castillian), bacalia (Catalan), baguer (Catalan), bagues (Catalan), chorín (Asturian), choriu (Spanish, Castillian), ereinontzarr (Euskera), ereinotz (Euskera), ereinotza (Euskera), ereinuntza (Euskera), ereiñuntza (Euskera), ereño (Euskera), ereñotz (Euskera), erenotza (Euskera), ereñotza (Euskera), ereñuntza (Euskera), eriñotz (Euskera), eriontz (Euskera), erramo (Euskera), erramu (Euskera), erramua (Euskera), erreñotza (Euskera), gamallo (Galician), hojes de laurel (Asturian), horbaga (Asturian), isoureiro (Asturian), lauredo (Spanish, Castillian), laureiro (Asturian), laureiro (Galician), laurel (Asturian), laurel (Galician), laurel (Spanish, Castillian), laurel común (Spanish, Castillian), laurel de Apolo (Spanish, Castillian), laurel de Dafne (Spanish, Castillian), laurel del Mediterráneo (Spanish, Castillian), laurel hembra (Spanish, Castillian), laurel macho (Spanish, Castillian), laurel noble (Spanish, Castillian), laurel real (Spanish, Castillian), laurel salsero (Aragonese), laurelal (Spanish, Castillian), laurelero (Aragonese), laurelero (High Aragonese), lauro (Spanish, Castillian), llaurel (Catalan), llaurer (Catalan), llaurer (Spanish, Castillian), llaureru (Asturian), llor (Catalan), llorea (Spanish, Castillian), lloreda (Asturian), llorel (Spanish, Castillian), llorell (Catalan), lloreo (Asturian), llóreo (Asturian), lloreo (Spanish, Castillian), lloréolo (Asturian), lloreolo (Spanish, Castillian), llorer (Catalan), llorer (Majorcan), llorer (Valencian), llorer noble (Catalan), lloreu (Asturian), lloréu (Asturian), lloureiro (Asturian), loireiro (Galician), loireiro ordinario (Portuguese), loiro (Galician), loiro (Portuguese), loreda (Spanish, Castillian), loredo (Spanish, Castillian), lorel (Spanish, Castillian), loreto (Spanish, Castillian), loureiro (Galician), loureiro (Portuguese), loureiro da baieira (Galician), loureiro femia (Galician), loureiro macho (Galician), loureiro palmo (Galician), loureiro vulgar (Portuguese), loureiro-comum (Portuguese), loureiro-de-Apolo (Portuguese), loureiro-dos-poetas (Portuguese), loureiro-vulgar (Portuguese), lourero (Galician), louro (Galician), louro (Portuguese), olives de llorer (Catalan), orel (Spanish, Castillian), rameira (Asturian), sempre verde (Galician), sempre-verde (Portuguese), soriu (Asturian), tsaurel (Asturian), tsoureiro (Asturian), βάγια (Greek), Βάϊα (Greek), Δάφνη (Greek), Δαφνολιά (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: AE(G) Ag Al BH dBl(I M N) Cr Ct Cy Ga(F) dGg Gr dHs(G S) Ir It Jo Li LS Lu Ma Sa dSi(M) Si(S) Sl Tn Tu(A E) [Ab(A N) Au(A) Az aAz(F G J M T) cBe(B L) nBl nBr Cg nCo nGa(C F) aGe Gg(D) nHb Hb(E N) He nHs nIt aLe aLS Rf(CS) aSa Sl aSy Uk nUk(K)]

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