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Details for: Punica granatum

Source: Raab-Straube, E. von (2016): Punica. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Punica granatum L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 472. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Myrtales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Lythraceae J. St.-Hil.
                                   Genus - Punica L.
Common names: agrauz (Spanish, Castillian), agrios (Spanish, Castillian), albar (Spanish, Castillian), alvarés (Spanish, Castillian), anigrada (Portuguese), anigradas (Portuguese), badoc (Catalan), balaustia (Portuguese), balaustia (Spanish, Castillian), balaustio (Portuguese), balaustra (Spanish, Castillian), balaustria (Spanish, Castillian), balaustrias (Spanish, Castillian), balustia (Spanish, Castillian), banastreira (Portuguese), cagines (Spanish, Castillian), de pasa (Spanish, Castillian), de piñón tierno (Spanish, Castillian), dibalaustio (Portuguese), graná (Spanish, Castillian), granada (Spanish, Castillian), granada ácida (Spanish, Castillian), granada agria (Spanish, Castillian), granada agria colorada (Spanish, Castillian), granada agridulce (Spanish, Castillian), granada albar (Spanish, Castillian), granada cagina (Spanish, Castillian), granada de viuda (Spanish, Castillian), granada diente de perro (Spanish, Castillian), granada dulce (Spanish, Castillian), granada dulce sin piñón (Spanish, Castillian), granada fina (Spanish, Castillian), granada frailera (Spanish, Castillian), granada herreña (Spanish, Castillian), granada miniatura (Spanish, Castillian), granada mollar sin hueso (Spanish, Castillian), granada silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), granadas (Spanish, Castillian), granado (Aragonese), granado (Asturian), granado (Spanish, Castillian), granado agrio (Spanish, Castillian), granado borde (Spanish, Castillian), granado bravío (Spanish, Castillian), granado común (Spanish, Castillian), granado loco (Spanish, Castillian), granado silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), granadondo (Euskera), granao (Spanish, Castillian), granás (Spanish, Castillian), magrana (Catalan), magrana (Valencian), magrana agridulce (Majorcan), magrana aubat (Majorcan), magraner (Catalan), magraner (Majorcan), magraner (Valencian), magraner agre (Catalan), magraner bord (Catalan), magraner bord (Valencian), magraner nan (Catalan), magrano (Spanish, Castillian), malagraner (Catalan), malgrana (Catalan), manglaner (Catalan), manglanera (Aragonese), manglanera (High Aragonese), manglanera (Spanish, Castillian), manglano (Spanish, Castillian), mangranas (Aragonese), mangraner (Catalan), mangraner (Valencian), mangraner bort (Valencian), mangranera (Aragonese), mangranera (High Aragonese), mangranero (Spanish, Castillian), mangranés (Valencian), mangrano (Catalan), menglanera (Aragonese), mengraner (Catalan), mengraner (Valencian), mengraner agre (Catalan), mengraner agre (Valencian), mengraner borde (Valencian), mengranera (Aragonese), mengranero (Spanish, Castillian), mengranero (Valencian), mengranes bordes (Valencian), mil en grana (Aragonese), milgrada (Portuguese), milgrano (Spanish, Castillian), milgreira (Galician), milgreira (Portuguese), miligrâ (Portuguese), miligrana (Portuguese), miligranda (Galician), miligrandeira (Galician), miligrandeira (Portuguese), milingrandeira (Galician), milingrandeira (Portuguese), minglana (Euskera), minglanas (Aragonese), minglanera (Aragonese), minglanera (High Aragonese), minglanera (Spanish, Castillian), mingrana (Euskera), mingranas (Aragonese), mingranera (Aragonese), mingranera (High Aragonese), mingranera (Spanish, Castillian), mingrano (Spanish, Castillian), mingranondo (Euskera), mingranondoa (Euskera), minguianera (Aragonese), mirgrâ (Portuguese), mollar (Spanish, Castillian), pell de magrana (Catalan), pillaltuna (Euskera), piñonenca (Spanish, Castillian), punisagarrondo (Euskera), româa (Portuguese), román (Spanish, Castillian), romaneira (Portuguese), romanzeira (Galician), romanzeira (Portuguese), romazeira (Galician), romazeira (Portuguese), româzeira (Portuguese), romeira (Galician), romeira (Portuguese), romeneira (Portuguese), Ρόα (Greek), Ρογδιά (Greek), Ροδιά (Greek), Ροϊδιά (Greek), Ρουδιά (Greek), Ρωβκά (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ab(A N) Ar Cg Gg(A D G) Rf(CS) Tu(A) [nAE(G) Ag nAl nBl(I M N) Bu nCa Ca(C F G H P T) Co nCr Ct Cy nGa(F M) Gg nGr He nHs(S) nIt aLe Li nLu Ma cMk cMo Rm cSa nSi(M S) Sl aSu dSy Tn nTu(E) Uk(K) cUk(U)]

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