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Details for: Salix ×fragilis

Source: Uotila, P. (2011): Salicaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Salix ×fragilis L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 1017. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Malpighiales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Salicaceae Mirb.
                                   Genus - Salix L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Salix basfordiana Salter
Salix x rubens Schrank
Synonyms: Salix decipiens Hoffm., nom. illeg.
Salix excelsior Host
Salix neotricha Goerz
Salix rubescens var. basfordiana
Common names: bardagueira (Galician), bardaguera (Spanish, Castillian), bardaguera blanca (Spanish, Castillian), bardaguera blanca (Valencian), bardaguera glauca (Spanish, Castillian), bardaguera negra (Spanish, Castillian), berdiasera (High Aragonese), bimbla (Asturian), bimbla amarilla (Asturian), bimbrera (Aragonese), bimbrera (High Aragonese), blimba (Asturian), blimba amarilla (Asturian), brimbal (Spanish, Castillian), brimbe (Spanish, Castillian), brimbera (Aragonese), brimbera (Spanish, Castillian), brimbre (Spanish, Castillian), herba bicha (Spanish, Castillian), mimbral (Spanish, Castillian), mimbre (Spanish, Castillian), mimbrera (Aragonese), mimbrera (High Aragonese), mimbrera (Spanish, Castillian), mimbrera frágil (Spanish, Castillian), mimbrero (Spanish, Castillian), mocha (Spanish, Castillian), mocho (Spanish, Castillian), nidos de bruja (Spanish, Castillian), palera (Spanish, Castillian), piojera (Spanish, Castillian), sagats (Euskera), salce (Spanish, Castillian), salciña (Asturian), salgueiro (Asturian), salgueiro (Galician), salgueiro de ramos quebradizos (Portuguese), salgueiro fragil (Portuguese), salgueiro frágil (Portuguese), salgueiro irto (Galician), salgueiro quebradizo (Portuguese), salgueiro-frágil (Portuguese), salgueiro-quebradiço (Portuguese), salgueiru (Asturian), salguero (Spanish, Castillian), salgueru (Spanish, Castillian), salguiru (Asturian), salguiru (Spanish, Castillian), salze (Catalan), salzmimbre (Spanish, Castillian), saoz (Spanish, Castillian), saracha (Euskera), saratxa (Euskera), saratz (Euskera), sargatera (Spanish, Castillian), sauce (Spanish, Castillian), sauce frágil (Spanish, Castillian), sauce reluciente (Spanish, Castillian), saule (Catalan), sauz (Spanish, Castillian), saúz (Spanish, Castillian), sauz quebradizo (Spanish, Castillian), sauzgatillo (Spanish, Castillian), saz (Spanish, Castillian), txarica (Euskera), uxtiger (Euskera), vimanera (Majorcan), vímec/vímecs (Catalan), vimegueres (Catalan), vimeiro (Portuguese), vimeiro brózio (Portuguese), vimeiro vermelho (Portuguese), vimenera (Catalan), vimenera (Majorcan), vimenera/vimeneres (Catalan), vimeneres (Catalan), vímer (Catalan), vimer (Majorcan), vimera (Catalan), vímet/vímets (Catalan), vimetera (Catalan), vimetera (Valencian), vímets (Catalan), vimieiro-brózio (Portuguese), vimiero-vermelho (Portuguese), vinemera (Catalan), vrimbal (Spanish, Castillian), vrimbe (Spanish, Castillian), vrimbre (Spanish, Castillian), zalgatera (Spanish, Castillian), zaragato (Spanish, Castillian), zargatera (Spanish, Castillian), zargatillo (Spanish, Castillian), zargatillo mimbrero (Spanish, Castillian), zaz (Spanish, Castillian), zume (Euskera), zume hauskor (Euskera), zume hauskorra (Euskera), zume-hauskorra (Euskera), zungi (Euskera)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Au(A) Br Co Ct Es Ge Hs(S) Hu dMa Po ?Si(S) Sk Tu(A) [AE(G) Cs Da Es aFe Ga(C) Gr Hb(E N) He cHo It nLa Lt cMd No Rf(C) cRf(NW) Su]

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