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Details for: Euphorbia lathyris

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

Name: Euphorbia lathyris L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 457. 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 - Euphorbiaceae Juss.
                                   Genus - Euphorbia L.
Homotypic synonyms: Epurga lathyris (L.) Fourr.
Euphorbion lathyrum (L.) St.-Lag.
Galarhoeus lathyris (L.) Haw.
Keraselma lathyris (L.) Raf.
Tithymalus lathyris (L.) Hill
Heterotypic synonyms: Euphorbia decussata Salisb.
Euphorbia spongiosa Ledeb. ex Schrank
Galarhoeus decussatus (Salisb.) Gray
Tithymalus cataputia Garsault, des. inval.
Euphorbia lathyris var. minor Hook. & Arn.
Common names: alcanfor (Spanish, Castillian), árbol lechero (Spanish, Castillian), cagamoix (Catalan), cagamucho (Aragonese), cagamucho (High Aragonese), cagamuixa (Catalan), cagamuja (Catalan), cagamuja (Majorcan), cagamutja (Catalan), cagamutxu (Catalan), cagarrios (Galician), cagarríos (Galician), cagarrios (Portuguese), cagarríos (Spanish, Castillian), cataprusa (Catalan), catapucia (Catalan), catapúcia (Catalan), catapucia de Monserrat (Catalan), catapucia de Montserrat (Catalan), catapucia menor (Galician), catapucia menor (Portuguese), catapúcia menor (Portuguese), catapucia menor (Spanish, Castillian), catapúcia-menor (Galician), catapúcia-menor (Portuguese), escurripa (Galician), escurripa (Portuguese), grano menor de reyes (Spanish, Castillian), granos rateros (Aragonese), granos rateros (Spanish, Castillian), herba da cuca (Galician), herba da cuca (Portuguese), herba de frare (Majorcan), herba de frare comuna (Majorcan), herba del frare (Catalan), herba rateira (Galician), herba rateira (Portuguese), herba topera (Valencian), herba vomitòria (Catalan), herva leiteira (Portuguese), hierba de la purga (Aragonese), hierba de la purga (High Aragonese), hierba topera (Spanish, Castillian), higuera del infierno (Spanish, Castillian), ierba de la purga (Aragonese), jalapa (Spanish, Castillian), katalin-bedarr (Euskera), lechetrezna (Spanish, Castillian), lleteresa (Catalan), lletrera (Catalan), lletrera (Majorcan), maleita (Portuguese), maleiteira (Portuguese), manzanetas (Aragonese), manzanetas (High Aragonese), morgañeira (Galician), morganheira (Galician), morganheira (Portuguese), muja (Spanish, Castillian), píldoras de Judas (Spanish, Castillian), piñoncillo (Spanish, Castillian), piñoncillos (Spanish, Castillian), planta de las muelas (Spanish, Castillian), rateira (Galician), rateira (Portuguese), ratera (Spanish, Castillian), sathorr-belarr (Euskera), satorr-bedarr (Euskera), surbia (Galician), tárgago (Spanish, Castillian), tartago (Galician), tártago (Galician), tartago (Portuguese), tártago (Portuguese), tártago (Spanish, Castillian), tártago (Valencian), tártagos (Spanish, Castillian), tártagos de judas (Spanish, Castillian), tártagos de la cruz (Spanish, Castillian), tártagos gordos (Spanish, Castillian), tártagos horadados (Spanish, Castillian), tártagos menudos (Spanish, Castillian), tártagos que matan los ratones (Spanish, Castillian), tarticua (Euskera), tartiku (Euskera), yerba ratera (Aragonese), yerba topera (Spanish, Castillian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Tcs [Hs Lu Ma]

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