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Details for: Rhamnus alaternus

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: Rhamnus alaternus L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 193. 1753
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 - Rhamnus L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Rhamnus clusii Willd.
Rhamnus alaternus subsp. munyozgarmendiae Rivas Mart. & J. M. Pizarro
Included taxa: Rhamnus alaternus L. subsp. alaternus
Rhamnus alaternus subsp. pendula (Pamp.) Jafri
Common names: abitierno (Aragonese), abitierno (High Aragonese), acader (Catalan), adern (Catalan), aderno (Portuguese), aderno bastardo (Portuguese), aderno-bastardo (Portuguese), agracejo (Spanish, Castillian), alabern (Catalan), alabern (Valencian), alader (Catalan), aladern (Catalan), aladern (Majorcan), aladern (Valencian), aladern ver (Catalan), aladernó (Majorcan), aladierna (Spanish, Castillian), aladierno (Spanish, Castillian), aladirna (Spanish, Castillian), alaterno (Galician), alaterno (Spanish, Castillian), alatierno (Aragonese), alatierno (High Aragonese), alavern (Catalan), alibierno (Spanish, Castillian), alidierno (Spanish, Castillian), alitierno (Aragonese), alitierno (High Aragonese), alitierno (Spanish, Castillian), árbol de la medicina (Spanish, Castillian), bayón (Spanish, Castillian), biondo (Spanish, Castillian), boix bord (Catalan), burgi (Euskera), burrubiote (Euskera), carnapiu negral (Asturian), carrasquilla (Aragonese), carrasquilla (Galician), carrasquilla (High Aragonese), carrasquilla (Spanish, Castillian), carrasquillas (Spanish, Castillian), cascaborra (Spanish, Castillian), chaparro bruco (Spanish, Castillian), chaparro mesto (Spanish, Castillian), corronyera (Valencian), coscollina (Aragonese), coscollina (Catalan), coscollina (High Aragonese), coscollina (Spanish, Castillian), coscollina (Valencian), coscollina fina (Aragonese), coscollino (Aragonese), coscollino (High Aragonese), coscollino (Spanish, Castillian), cosconilla (Catalan), coscujina (Spanish, Castillian), coscullina (Valencian), durillo (Spanish, Castillian), enllecto (Spanish, Castillian), ernesto (Spanish, Castillian), espino (Spanish, Castillian), fustet (Catalan), garrigó (Catalan), granadillo (Spanish, Castillian), guirguirio (Euskera), herba de la sang (Catalan), karraskil (Euskera), karraskila (Euskera), karraskilla (Euskera), karrasquilla (Euskera), ladern (Catalan), laderna (Spanish, Castillian), ladierna (Spanish, Castillian), ladierna andaluza y portuguesa (Spanish, Castillian), ladierno (Spanish, Castillian), lanterno (Aragonese), lantierno (Aragonese), linterna (Spanish, Castillian), lladera (Majorcan), lladern (Catalan), lladern (Majorcan), llampredell (Catalan), llampredell (Majorcan), llampúdol (Catalan), llampudol (Majorcan), llampúdol (Majorcan), llampudol bort (Majorcan), llampudol comú (Majorcan), llampuga (Catalan), llampuga (Majorcan), llampugnera (Majorcan), llampugol (Catalan), llampúgol (Majorcan), llampuguera (Catalan), llampuguera (Majorcan), llampúguera (Majorcan), madierno (Spanish, Castillian), mataselva (Majorcan), mermasangre (Aragonese), mermasangre (High Aragonese), mesto (Spanish, Castillian), mesto (Valencian), murrubiote (Euskera), nesto (Valencian), nevadilla (Spanish, Castillian), palo de Bañón (Spanish, Castillian), palo durillo (Spanish, Castillian), palo mesto (Spanish, Castillian), palo mestro (Aragonese), palo santo (Spanish, Castillian), palomesto (Spanish, Castillian), palo-mesto (Spanish, Castillian), prezuera (Asturian), prezuera (Spanish, Castillian), rebajasangre (Aragonese), rebajasangre (High Aragonese), saflaina (Valencian), samoca (Portuguese), sandim (Portuguese), sandim-dos-curtidores (Portuguese), sanginho-das-sebes (Portuguese), sangredo (Spanish, Castillian), sangricio (Spanish, Castillian), sanguinho (Portuguese), sanguinho das sebes (Portuguese), sanguinho das seves (Portuguese), sanguinho-das-sebes (Portuguese), sanguiño (Galician), sanguino (Spanish, Castillian), sanguinos (Spanish, Castillian), sanguinyol (Catalan), siempreverde (Asturian), tiñitas (Spanish, Castillian), trocaperols (Catalan), txorbeltz (Euskera), txorbeltza (Euskera), xaparro mixto (Valencian), zinurria (Euskera), zumalakarr (Euskera), zumalicarra (Euskera), zumaligarr (Euskera), zumalikarr (Euskera), zumel (Euskera), zumelika (Euskera), zumerika (Euskera), Γρουσόξυλον (Greek), Γρυνόξυλο (Greek), Ελαίτρινος (Greek), Κιτρινόξυλο (Greek), Λευκάγκαθο (Greek), Φιλύκα (Greek), Φιλύκι (Greek), Χρυσόξυλον (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: AE(G) Ag Al Bl Ca(C) Co Cr Ct Cy Ga(F) Gr He Hs(S) Ir It Le Li Lu Ma Mk Sa Si(S) Sl Sy Tn Tu(A E) Uk(K U) [Ab(A N) nBr Ca(C) nHb nIt Si(M) Uk(K)]

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