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Details for: Leopoldia comosa

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

Name: Leopoldia comosa (L.) Parl.
Nomencl. ref.: Giorn. Bot. Ital. 2(2): 160. 1847
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Lilianae
                         Ordo - Asparagales
                              Familia - Asparagaceae
                                   Genus - Leopoldia Parl.
Basionym: Hyacinthus comosus L.
Homotypic synonyms: Bellevalia comosa (L.) Kunth
Botrycomus vulgaris Fourr., nom. superfl.
Eubotrys comosa (L.) Raf.
Hyacinthus comosus L.
Muscari comosum (L.) Mill.
Scilla comosa (L.) Salisb.
Heterotypic synonyms: Bellevalia bouriana Heldr. ex Nyman
Bellevalia calandriniana (Parl.) Nyman
Bellevalia graeca Heldr.
Bellevalia graminifolia Nyman
Bellevalia holzmannii Heldr.
Bellevalia pharmacusana (Heldr.) Nyman
Bellevalia pinardii Boiss.
Bellevalia sartoriana (Heldr.) Nyman
Etheiranthus constrictus (Tausch) Kostel.
Etheiranthus milleri Kostel.
Hyacinthus fuliginosus Pall.
Hyacinthus monstrosus L.
Hyacinthus paniculatus Lam.
Leopoldia anguliflora Lojac.
Leopoldia bormaniana Lojac.
Leopoldia bouviana Heldr. ex Nyman
Leopoldia calandriniana Parl.
Leopoldia clusiana Heldr. ex Nyman
Leopoldia constricta Heldr.
Leopoldia curta Heldr.
Leopoldia graeca (Heldr.) Heldr.
Leopoldia graminifolia Heldr. ex Nyman
Leopoldia holzmannii (Heldr.) Heldr.
Leopoldia pharmacusana Heldr.
Leopoldia pinardii (Boiss.) Parl.
Leopoldia pyramidalis (Tausch) Heldr.
Leopoldia sartoriana Heldr.
Leopoldia trojana Heldr.
Muscari bouvianum Heldr. ex Rouy
Muscari bulgaricum Velen.
Muscari calandrinianum (Parl.) Nyman
Muscari charrellii Heldr. ex Rouy
Muscari constrictum Tausch
Muscari courtilleri Boreau
Muscari cousturieri Gand.
Muscari cretensium Gand.
Muscari curtum (Heldr.) Boiss.
Muscari giennense Pau & Cuatrec.
Muscari graecum (Heldr.) Boiss.
Muscari graminifolium Heldr. & Holzm. ex Rouy
Muscari holzmannii (Heldr.) Hirc
Muscari longissimum Medik.
Muscari monstrosum (L.) Mill.
Muscari paniculatum (Lam.) Medik.
Muscari pharmacusanum (Heldr.) Boiss.
Muscari pinardii (Boiss.) Boiss.
Muscari pyramidale Tausch
Muscari sartorianum (Heldr.) Boiss.
Muscari segusianum E. P. Perrier & Songeon
Muscari trojanum (Heldr.) Boiss.
Pelotris paniculatus (Lam.) Raf.
Scilla monstrosa (L.) Salisb.
Bellevalia sartoriana subsp. pharmacusana (Heldr.) Nyman
Bellevalia tenuiflora subsp. constricta (Tausch) Nyman
Muscari comosum subsp. courtilleri (Boreau) K. Richt.
Muscari comosum subsp. monstrosum (L.) K. Richt.
Bellevalia holzmannii var. curta (Heldr.) Nyman
Muscari comosum f. monstrosum (L.) Maire
Common names: agüelicos (Spanish, Castillian), ajete (Spanish, Castillian), ajete de cigüeña (Spanish, Castillian), ajipuerco (Spanish, Castillian), ajo (Spanish, Castillian), ajo de cigüeña (Spanish, Castillian), ajo de culebra (Spanish, Castillian), ajo de perro (Spanish, Castillian), ajo perro (Spanish, Castillian), ajopuerro (Spanish, Castillian), ajos de cigüeña (Spanish, Castillian), all de bruixa (Catalan), all de bruxa (Majorcan), all de culobra (Catalan), allassa blava (Catalan), allassa blava (Majorcan), alls de serp (Catalan), ayassa blanca (Majorcan), ayassa blava (Majorcan), barralet (Catalan), barralets (Catalan), bascallet (Catalan), boetz (Aragonese), bruixa (Catalan), bruixes (Catalan), calabruixa (Catalan), calabruixa (Majorcan), calabruixa de cap de moro (Catalan), calabruixa de cap de moro (Valencian), calabruixa grossa (Catalan), calabruixes (Catalan), calabrulla (Catalan), calabruxas (Catalan), calambruixa (Catalan), candeler (Catalan), candeler (Majorcan), cap blau (Majorcan), cap de moro (Catalan), cap de moro (Majorcan), capblau (Catalan), cebolla de lagarto (Spanish, Castillian), cebollita de milano (Spanish, Castillian), cebollón (Spanish, Castillian), cholombrín (High Aragonese), clau de Nostre Senyor (Catalan), coll blau (Majorcan), coll de colom (Catalan), coll de colom (Majorcan), collblau (Catalan), collblau (Majorcan), enfuste (Portuguese), guitarrillo (Spanish, Castillian), guitarrillos (Spanish, Castillian), hiacinto (Spanish, Castillian), hierba del querer (Spanish, Castillian), hierbas de los amores (Spanish, Castillian), hyacintho (Portuguese), implo (Spanish, Castillian), jacinto (Spanish, Castillian), jacinto comoso (Spanish, Castillian), jacinto das searas (Portuguese), jacinto de penacho (Spanish, Castillian), jacinto mayor comoso (Spanish, Castillian), jacinto penachudo (Spanish, Castillian), jacinto-das-searas (Portuguese), jacinto-de-tapete (Portuguese), jacinto-paniculado (Portuguese), jacintos silvestres (Spanish, Castillian), lilas (Spanish, Castillian), lliri d’ase (Catalan), lliri d´ase (Catalan), lliri d´ase (Majorcan), marcet (Catalan), marcet (Valencian), marcet en penacho (Valencian), matacandil (Spanish, Castillian), mayos (Spanish, Castillian), milano (High Aragonese), nazareno (Spanish, Castillian), nazarenos (Spanish, Castillian), nyicris (Catalan), ojo de ajo (Spanish, Castillian), pastoras (High Aragonese), pedetes de Dios (High Aragonese), penitent (Catalan), penitentes (Spanish, Castillian), penitents (Majorcan), pipiu blau (Catalan), pipius blau (Majorcan), pipius blaus (Majorcan), ubeta de pastó (Aragonese), uguetas (High Aragonese), uguetas d´o diablo (High Aragonese), uguetas de San Chuan (High Aragonese)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: AE(G) Ag Al Au Bl Bu Ca Co Cr Cy Cz Eg Ga Ge Gr He Hs Hu IJ It Ju Li LS Lu Ma Rm Sa Si Sn Tn Tu(A E) Uk(K U) [Be Br Da Ho]

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