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Details for: Cornus sanguinea

Source: World Checklist of Selected Plant Families (2010), copyright © The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Name: Cornus sanguinea L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 117. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Cornales
                              Familia - Cornaceae (Dumort.) Dumort.
                                   Genus - Cornus L.
Homotypic synonyms: Swida sanguinea (L.) Opiz
Thelycrania sanguinea (L.) Fourr.
Included taxa: Cornus sanguinea L. subsp. sanguinea
Cornus sanguinea subsp. australis (C. A. Mey.) Jáv.
Cornus sanguinea subsp. cilicica (Wangerin) D. F. Chamb.
Cornus sanguinea subsp. czerniaewii Grosset
Cornus sanguinea subsp. hungarica (Kárpáti) Soó
Common names: albellanino (Spanish, Castillian), árbol de las cuatro caras (Spanish, Castillian), árbol frío (Spanish, Castillian), arbor da rabia (Galician), arbor frio (Galician), árbore da rabia (Galician), árbore de rábea (Galician), árbore de rábea (Portuguese), árbore fría (Galician), árbore fría (Portuguese), barbaija (Spanish, Castillian), barbandola (Euskera), belzurda (Euskera), carrampuya (Asturian), cebón (Asturian), cerezo de monte (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo falso (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo salvaje (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), cirerer bord (Catalan), cornahuelo (Spanish, Castillian), cornapuya (Asturian), corneira (Galician), cornejo (Spanish, Castillian), cornejo común (Spanish, Castillian), cornejo encarnado (Spanish, Castillian), cornejo hembra (Spanish, Castillian), cornejo rojo (Spanish, Castillian), cornejo silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), cornell (Catalan), corneller (Catalan), corner (Catalan), cornera de lobo (Aragonese), cornera de lobo (High Aragonese), corniol (Catalan), cornizo (Spanish, Castillian), corno durillo (Spanish, Castillian), corno hembra (Spanish, Castillian), corno salvaje (Spanish, Castillian), cuernampúa (Asturian), cuerno (Spanish, Castillian), curné (Catalan), durillo (Spanish, Castillian), durillo encarnado (Spanish, Castillian), escuernacabra (Spanish, Castillian), herba sanguera (Catalan), judas eguirrá (Euskera), Judas-egurr (Euskera), malmadurillo basto (Spanish, Castillian), matabou (Catalan), matacán (Spanish, Castillian), negrillo (Asturian), palo hierro (Spanish, Castillian), pata de perdiz (Spanish, Castillian), pelabou (Catalan), pelaburros (Aragonese), pichasán (High Aragonese), pichasangre (High Aragonese), pichasangres (Aragonese), pilriteiro femea (Portuguese), pixa-sang (Catalan), sambuguín (Galician), sambuguino (Galician), sanapudio (Spanish, Castillian), sangomiño (Galician), sangomiño (Portuguese), sangonell (Catalan), sangonillo (Aragonese), sangonillo (High Aragonese), sangovin (Galician), sangoviño (Galician), sangrell (Catalan), sangrinera (Aragonese), sangriñera (High Aragonese), sangrinyol (Catalan), sangubino (Galician), sangubiño (Galician), sangueña (Spanish, Castillian), sangüeña (Spanish, Castillian), sangueñero (Aragonese), sangueño (Aragonese), sangueño (Spanish, Castillian), sangüeño (Spanish, Castillian), sanguil (Aragonese), sanguil (High Aragonese), sanguillo (Spanish, Castillian), sanguín (Aragonese), sanguín (High Aragonese), sanguina (Spanish, Castillian), sanguiné (Aragonese), sanguinella (Catalan), sanguinera (Aragonese), sanguiñera (Aragonese), sanguinera (High Aragonese), sanguiñero (High Aragonese), sanguinho (Galician), sanguinho (Portuguese), sanguinho legítimo (Portuguese), sanguinho-legítimo (Portuguese), sanguinillo (High Aragonese), sanguino (Aragonese), sanguiño (Aragonese), sanguino (High Aragonese), sanguiño (High Aragonese), sanguino (Spanish, Castillian), sanguiño (Spanish, Castillian), sanguiñol roig (Valencian), sanguinu (Spanish, Castillian), sanguiñuela (Spanish, Castillian), sanguiñuelo (Spanish, Castillian), sanguinyol (Catalan), sanguinyol (Valencian), sanguinyol roig (Valencian), sangume (Galician), sangumín (Galician), sangumio (Galician), sangunillo (High Aragonese), sanguniño (Aragonese), sanguño (Spanish, Castillian), sanllic (Aragonese), sanllic (High Aragonese), siempreverde (Asturian), vara sangrienta (Spanish, Castillian), virga sanguinea (Spanish, Castillian), virgondoiro (Galician), zangariñeira (Galician), zangüeño (Spanish, Castillian), zibilindúr (Euskera), zilimindúr (Euskera), zilindúr (Euskera), zilindúrri (Euskera), zimaldorr (Euskera), zimendúr (Euskera), zimindúr (Euskera), zimindúrri (Euskera), zuaindur (Euskera), zuaindurra (Euskera), zuandor (Euskera), zuandurra (Euskera), zubandúr (Euskera), zugarrandúl (Euskera), zugarrandúr (Euskera), zugarrandúrro (Euskera), zuhandor gorri (Euskera), zuhandorra (Euskera), zumendúr (Euskera), zumendúz (Euskera), zungandúr (Euskera), zurrandor (Euskera)[Credits]
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