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Details for: Frangula alnus

Source: Henning, T. & Raab-Straube, E. von (2016): Rhamnaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Frangula alnus Mill.
Nomencl. ref.: Gard. Dict., ed. 8: Frangula no. 1. 1768
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Rosales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Rhamnaceae Juss.
                                   Genus - Frangula Mill.
Replaced synonym: Rhamnus frangula L.
Homotypic synonyms: Frangula nigra Samp., nom. illeg.
Rhamnus frangula L.
Invalid designations: Frangula vulgaris Hill Art. . Melbourne Code, des. inval.
Included taxa: Frangula alnus Mill. subsp. alnus
Frangula alnus subsp. baetica (Willk. & E. Rev.) Devesa
Frangula alnus subsp. pontica (Boiss.) P. H. Davis & Yalt.
Frangula alnus subsp. saxatilis Gancev
Common names: ácere (Spanish, Castillian), aliso negro (Spanish, Castillian), alno baccífero (Spanish, Castillian), alno bacífero (Spanish, Castillian), amieiro negro (Portuguese), amieiro-negro (Galician), amieiro-negro (Portuguese), arraclán (Aragonese), arraclán (Galician), arraclan (Spanish, Castillian), arraclán (Spanish, Castillian), arraclanera (Spanish, Castillian), arrayán (Spanish, Castillian), avellanillo (Spanish, Castillian), avellanito (Spanish, Castillian), avellano bravío (Spanish, Castillian), ázare (Spanish, Castillian), biondo (Spanish, Castillian), cavicuerna (Spanish, Castillian), chopera (Spanish, Castillian), cornapuya (Asturian), cornavudo (Galician), cuernapuya (Asturian), durillo morado (Spanish, Castillian), fediscu (Asturian), franguilla (Spanish, Castillian), frangula (Catalan), fràngula (Catalan), frangula (Portuguese), frángula (Portuguese), frangula (Spanish, Castillian), frángula (Spanish, Castillian), frangula chopera (Spanish, Castillian), frangulina (Portuguese), fúsaro (Portuguese), gedeondo (Spanish, Castillian), gediondo (Spanish, Castillian), geriondo (Spanish, Castillian), hediondo (Spanish, Castillian), jediondo (Spanish, Castillian), lagarinho (Galician), lagarinho (Portuguese), larra-ezki (Euskera), larraezqui (Euskera), oilakaran (Euskera), oilakarana (Euskera), ollacarana (Euskera), ollacarana (Spanish, Castillian), ollakabar (Euskera), ollakabarr (Euskera), ollakaran (Euskera), ollakarana (Euskera), ollaran (Euskera), pudio (Spanish, Castillian), rabiacán (Spanish, Castillian), rabiacana (Spanish, Castillian), rabiacano (Spanish, Castillian), sabunguín (Galician), salguera (Spanish, Castillian), salguera del Bierzo (Spanish, Castillian), salguera del Vierzo (Spanish, Castillian), sambunguis (Galician), samunguín (Galician), sanapudio negro (Spanish, Castillian), sangarinheiro (Portuguese), sangobín (Galician), sangobiño (Galician), sangomiño (Galician), sangovin (Galician), sangoviño (Galician), sangreda (Spanish, Castillian), sangredo (Spanish, Castillian), sangrego (Spanish, Castillian), sangreru (Asturian), sangriño (Galician), sangubín (Galician), sangubinho (Portuguese), sangubino (Galician), sangubiño (Galician), sangueño (Spanish, Castillian), sangüeño (Spanish, Castillian), sanguiñera (Aragonese), sanguiñera (High Aragonese), sanguinheiro (Portuguese), sanguinho d’água (Portuguese), sanguinho d´agua (Portuguese), sanguinho de água (Portuguese), sanguinho-de-agua (Galician), sanguinho-de-água (Galician), sanguinho-de-água (Portuguese), sanguiño (Galician), sanguino (Spanish, Castillian), sanguiño (Spanish, Castillian), sangumín (Galician), sangumo (Galician), sanguño (Galician), sangurinheiro (Portuguese), sanguvino (Galician), txolegur (Euskera), txori-egur (Euskera), txoriegurr (Euskera), vern bord (Catalan), vern menut (Catalan), vern negre (Catalan), verumenut (Catalan), xanglera (Asturian), zangarinheiro (Portuguese), zangarinho (Portuguese), zumalacarra (Euskera), zumalakar (Euskera), zumalakarr (Euskera), zumalakarra (Euskera), Βουρβουλιά (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
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