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Details for: Satureja montana

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

Name: Satureja montana L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 568. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Lamiales
                              Familia - Lamiaceae Lindl.
                                   Genus - Satureja L.
                                       
Geo-Search:
Homotypic synonyms: Clinopodium montanum (L.) Kuntze
Micromeria montana (L.) Rchb.
Saturiastrum montanum (L.) Fourr.
Thymus montanus (L.) Dum. Cours., nom. illeg.
Included taxa: Satureja montana L. subsp. montana
Satureja montana subsp. macedonica (Formánek) Baden
Satureja montana subsp. pisidia (Wettst.) Šilic
Satureja montana subsp. variegata (Host) P. W. Ball
 
Common names: aiztrail (Euskera), ajedrea (Aragonese), ajedrea (High Aragonese), ajedrea (Spanish, Castillian), ajedrea común (Spanish, Castillian), ajedrea de montaña (Spanish, Castillian), ajedrea montesina (Spanish, Castillian), ajedrea salvaje (Spanish, Castillian), ajedrea silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), albaca montesina (Aragonese), albaca montesina (High Aragonese), axedrea (Spanish, Castillian), axedrea de montaña (Spanish, Castillian), axedrea montana (Spanish, Castillian), axedrea salvaje (Spanish, Castillian), azitraia (Euskera), boja (Spanish, Castillian), carrasquilla (Galician), farigola (Catalan), herba d’olives (Catalan), herba d´olives (Catalan), herba d´olives (Valencian), herba de les olives (Valencian), hisop (Catalan), hisopet (Catalan), hisopeta (Catalan), hisopillo (Spanish, Castillian), isopillo (Spanish, Castillian), isopo montano (Spanish, Castillian), isopo montesino (Spanish, Castillian), jadrea (Aragonese), jadrea (High Aragonese), jajuïda (Catalan), jasolida (Catalan), jedrea (Spanish, Castillian), morquera (Spanish, Castillian), pebrerola (Catalan), rosalia (Catalan), sabeduría (Aragonese), sabeduría (High Aragonese), sabiduría (Aragonese), sabiduría (High Aragonese), saborea (Aragonese), saborea (Spanish, Castillian), saboricha (Valencian), saborija (Aragonese), saborija (Catalan), saborija (High Aragonese), saborija (Valencian), saboritja (Catalan), saboritja (Valencian), sabotida (Catalan), saburitja (Valencian), sadolia (Valencian), sadoricha (Valencian), sadurija (Catalan), sajolida (Catalan), sajolida de bosc (Catalan), sajolida de muntanya (Catalan), sajolina (Catalan), sajorida (Catalan), sajuïda (Catalan), sajulida (Catalan), sajulida de bosc (Catalan), sajulida de montanya (Catalan), sajurida (Catalan), saldorija (Catalan), salseta (Aragonese), salseta d’Alcaná (Aragonese), salseta de pastor (Aragonese), salseta de pastor (High Aragonese), salseta pastó (High Aragonese), salseta pastor (Aragonese), sarudija (Catalan), sasculia (Aragonese), sasculia (High Aragonese), segorella terrestre (Galician), segorida de montaña (Valencian), sejalida (Catalan), sejulida (Catalan), senyorida (Catalan), té (Aragonese), té (High Aragonese), te blanco (Aragonese), té blanco (High Aragonese), te de flor blanca (Aragonese), té de flor blanca (High Aragonese), te de piedra (Aragonese), té de piedra (High Aragonese), te de roca (Aragonese), té de roca (High Aragonese), té montesino (High Aragonese), tem reial (Catalan), tomillo real (Spanish, Castillian), yerba de las tripas (High Aragonese)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Al Au Ga Gr Hs It Ju LS Tu(A)


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