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Details for: Prunus mahaleb

Source: Kurtto, A. (2009): Rosaceae (pro parte majore). In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Prunus mahaleb L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 474. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Rosales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Rosaceae
                                   Genus - Prunus L.
                                       
Homotypic synonyms: Cerasus mahaleb (L.) Mill.
Druparia mahaleb (L.) Clairv.
Padellus mahaleb (L.) Vassilcz.
Padus mahaleb (L.) Borkh.
Heterotypic synonyms: Prunus odorata Lam., nom. illeg.
Cerasus mahaleb subsp. simonkaii (Pénzes) Terpó
Padellus mahaleb subsp. simonkaii (Pénzes) Soják
Prunus mahaleb subsp. simonkaii Pénzes
 
Common names: abanera (Aragonese), abanera (High Aragonese), abanera (Spanish, Castillian), abrunheiro bravo (Portuguese), amellé (High Aragonese), amellera (High Aragonese), árbol de Santa Lucía (Spanish, Castillian), árbore da rabia (Galician), arto (Aragonese), arto cutio (Aragonese), arto cutio (Spanish, Castillian), basa-bilda (Euskera), basa-gilda (Euskera), cerecillo (Spanish, Castillian), cerecino (Aragonese), cerecino (Spanish, Castillian), cerejeira-de-santa Lúcia (Portuguese), cerezo de Mahoma (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo de puerto (Aragonese), cerezo de puerto (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo de Santa Andalucía (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo de Santa Lucía (Aragonese), cerezo de Santa Lucía (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), cirer bord (Catalan), cirer bort (Valencian), cirer de guilla (Catalan), cirer de Guineu (Catalan), cirer de Santa Llusia (Catalan), cirerer de Guineu (Catalan), cirerer de guineu (Valencian), cirerer de rabosa (Catalan), cirerer de santa Llúcia (Catalan), cireres de moixó (Catalan), cireret (Catalan), guinda silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), macaleba (Catalan), macaleu (Catalan), mahaleb (Spanish, Castillian), maleino (Spanish, Castillian), micaleu (Catalan), oilaran (Euskera), oilarana (Euskera), ollarán (Euskera), ollarán (Spanish, Castillian), palo durillo (Spanish, Castillian), palo duro (Spanish, Castillian), pau de San Guirgorico (Galician), pau de San Guirgoriño (Galician), pau de San Guirgorio (Galician), pau gregoriño (Galician), pau grigoriño (Galician), pau guirgoriño (Galician), prunera borda (Catalan), pudriera (Aragonese), pudriera (Spanish, Castillian), santa-lúcia (Portuguese), virgandouro (Galician), zerezino (Aragonese), Αγριοκερασιά (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ab AE(G) Al Ar Au(A) Be(B L) BH Bu Cg dCo Cs Ct Ga Ge Gg Gr He Hs(A S) Hu It Le Lu Ma Mk Mo Rm Si(S) Sk Sl Sr Sy Tu(A E) Uk(K U) [Co Cs Da Ho Lt No cPo Si(M) cSk Su]


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