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Details for: Arctium minus

Source: Greuter, W. (2006+): Compositae (pro parte majore). – In: Greuter, W. & Raab-Straube, E. von (ed.): Compositae. Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Arctium minus (Hill) Bernh.
Nomencl. ref.: Syst. Verz.: 154. 1800
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Asterales
                              Familia - Compositae Giseke
                                   Tribus - Cardueae Cass.
                                        Genus - Arctium L.
                                            
Basionym: Lappa minor Hill
Homotypic synonyms: Lappa minor Hill
Heterotypic synonyms: Arctium chabertii Briq. & Cavill.
Arctium melanoceps (Beger) G. H. Loos
Arctium pubens Bab.
Lappa pubens (Bab.) Boreau
Arctium chabertii subsp. aellenianum Arènes
Arctium chabertii subsp. balearicum Arènes
Arctium chabertii subsp. corsicum Arènes
Arctium minus subsp. mediterraneum Arènes
Arctium minus subsp. pubens (Bab.) Arènes
Arctium tomentosum subsp. pubens (Bab.) Nyman
Arctium minus var. melanoceps Beger
Invalid designations: Lappa chabertii, des. inval.
Arctium nemorosum subsp. pubens, des. inval.
Misapplied names: "Arctium lappa" sec. Coutinho, A. X. P. - A flora de Portugal, Ed. 2 Lisboa 1939.
"Arctium lappa" sec. Sampaio, G. - Flora portuguesa, Ed. 2 Porto 1947.
"Arctium vulgare" sec. Post, G. E. - Flora of Syria, Palestine, and Sinai, Ed. 2 [Dinsmore, J. E.] 2 Beirut 1933.
"Arctium vulgare" sec. Heller, D. & Heyn, C. C. - Conspectus florae orientalis 8 Jerusalem 1993.
"Lappa major" sec. Boissier, E. - Flora orientalis 3 Genève, Basel & Lyon 1875.
 
Common names: Bardana minore (Italian), Bardana pubescente (Italian), Bardane à petites têtes (French), Bardane à petits capitules (French), Bardane duveteuse (French), Erba tignosa (Corsican), Flaumige Klette (German), Kleine Klette (German), Kleine klit (Dutch), Lesser Bardock (English), Liden Burre (Danish), Liten kardborre (Swedish), Łopian mniejszy (Polish), Lopuch menší (Czech), Lopúch menší (Slovak), Lopuch pýřitý (Czech), Mali repinec (Slovene), Mazais diždadzis (Latvian), Mažoji varnalėša (Lithuanian), Middelste klit (Dutch), Petite bardane (French), Pikkutakiainen (Finnish), Rrodhe e vogël (Albanian), Småborre (Norwegian), Väike takjas (Estonian), Брустурэ мик (Moldovian), Дребен репей (Bulgarian), Лопух малий (Ukraine), Лопушник малый (Russian), أَرْقِطْيون صَغير (Arabic), aguipegotes (Spanish, Castillian), amanu (Euskera), amor de hortelano (Spanish, Castillian), amores (Asturian), amores (Galician), amores (Portuguese), amores (Spanish, Castillian), amores ruines (Spanish, Castillian), anteón (Spanish, Castillian), apegotillos (Spanish, Castillian), arcio (Portuguese), arrancamoños (Spanish, Castillian), arzoa (Galician), arzola (Galician), barbo (hoja) (Euskera), bardana (Aragonese), bardana (Catalan), bardana (Galician), bardana (High Aragonese), bardana (Majorcan), bardana (Portuguese), bardana (Spanish, Castillian), bardana maior (Portuguese), bardana mayor (Spanish, Castillian), bardana menor (Spanish, Castillian), bardana ordinaria (Portuguese), bardana ordinária (Portuguese), bardana-ordinária (Portuguese), bardanas (Portuguese), bardanera (Catalan), bardanera (Majorcan), belaun-belarr (Euskera), bordolobo (Spanish, Castillian), cachorrera (Aragonese), cachorrera (High Aragonese), cachorrera (Spanish, Castillian), cachorro (Aragonese), cachurrera (Aragonese), cachurrera (High Aragonese), cachurrera (Spanish, Castillian), cachurrero (Aragonese), cachurro (Aragonese), cachurro (High Aragonese), cachurros (fruto) (Aragonese), cachurros (Spanish, 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enganxacabells (Catalan), enganxacabells (Valencian), enganxadones (Catalan), enganxavelles (Catalan), erba-dos-tinhosos (Galician), erba-dos-tinhosos (Portuguese), erva-dos-pegamassos (Galician), erva-dos-pegamassos (Portuguese), escospins (Aragonese), escospins (High Aragonese), gafarot (Catalan), gafarró (Catalan), gafarronera (Catalan), gaferot (Catalan), gafets (Catalan), gafets vermells (Catalan), garrotes (Galician), garruchera (Aragonese), garruchera (High Aragonese), gordollobo (Valencian), gordolobo (Spanish, Castillian), gordolobo seco (Spanish, Castillian), gossos (Catalan), guardalobo (Spanish, Castillian), guspí (Catalan), guspinera (Catalan), herba d’os amores (Galician), herba d´os amores (Galician), herba dels tinyosos (Valencian), herba do costado (Galician), herba do costado (Portuguese), herba do hortelán (Galician), herba dos amores (Galician), herba dos chapizos (Galician), herba dos namorados (Galician), herba dos namorados (Portuguese), herva dos pegamaços (Portuguese), hierba de los amores (Spanish, Castillian), hierba de los pegotes (Spanish, Castillian), hoja de burro (Spanish, Castillian), hoja de lampazo (Spanish, Castillian), hoja de lobo (Spanish, Castillian), hojas de lampazo (Spanish, Castillian), hojas de lobo (Spanish, Castillian), iraxkorr (Euskera), kharlotx (Euskera), labaça aguda (Portuguese), lamparasa (Spanish, Castillian), lamparaza (Aragonese), lamparaza (Spanish, Castillian), lampaso (Portuguese), lampatio (Spanish, Castillian), lampaza (Galician), lampazgo (Spanish, Castillian), lampazo (Galician), lampazo (Spanish, Castillian), lampazo dos pegadizos (Galician), lampazo mayor (Spanish, Castillian), lampazo menor (Spanish, Castillian), lampazos (Spanish, Castillian), lapa (Euskera), lapa (Portuguese), lapa (Spanish, Castillian), lapa de bueyes (Spanish, Castillian), lapa de San Bernardo (Spanish, Castillian), lapa mayor (Spanish, Castillian), lapabelarr (Euskera), lapabelarra (Euskera), lapa-belarra (Euskera), lapachikia (Euskera), lapachiquia (Euskera), lapagarratz (Euskera), lapaitz (Euskera), lapaiza (Spanish, Castillian), laparasa (Spanish, Castillian), laparata (Aragonese), laparata (High Aragonese), lapas (Portuguese), lapas (Spanish, Castillian), lapati (Euskera), lapatin (Euskera), lapátxe (Euskera), lapatz (Euskera), lapaza (Euskera), lappâo (Portuguese), llampassos (Portuguese), llapa (Catalan), llapara (Catalan), llaparada (Catalan), llaparassa (Catalan), llaparassa (Valencian), llapasa (Catalan), llapasa (Valencian), llapaser (Catalan), llapassa (Catalan), llapassera (Catalan), llapasses (Catalan), llapigos (Asturian), llapiso (Valencian), llapissera (Catalan), lleparasa (Valencian), lleparassa (Catalan), lleparassa (Valencian), lleparasses (Valencian), maitebelarr (Euskera), moru (Asturian), namorados (Galician), ohoin (Euskera), ooin (Euskera), orelha de gigante (Portuguese), orkatx (Euskera), orkatz-belarr (Euskera), orkhatz-belarr (Euskera), orkhatz-osto (Euskera), palló (Catalan), paza (Aragonese), paza (High Aragonese), pegadillo (Aragonese), pegadillo (High Aragonese), pegadillo (Spanish, Castillian), pegadillos (Spanish, Castillian), pegadizos (Galician), pegajosos (Spanish, Castillian), pegamaça (Portuguese), pegamaçeira maior (Portuguese), pegamaço minor (Portuguese), pegamás (Galician), pegamás (Portuguese), pegamassa (Portuguese), pegamasso (Galician), pegamasso (Portuguese), pegamasso-menor (Portuguese), pegoteras (Spanish, Castillian), pegotes (Galician), pegotes (Spanish, Castillian), penca silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), peollos (Galician), personata (Spanish, Castillian), personatia (Spanish, Castillian), pioyu (Asturian), poltres (Catalan), pórpora/es (Catalan), porpra/es (Catalan), púrpura (Catalan), ramaza (Spanish, Castillian), remolins (Catalan), repalaca (Catalan), repalada (Catalan), repalasa (Catalan), repalassa (Catalan), repalassa (Valencian), repalassa/repalasses (Catalan), repelada (Catalan), repelasses (Catalan), Repiček (Slovene), respegones (Asturian), respegones (Spanish, Castillian), sanalotodo (Spanish, Castillian), sarriasses (Catalan), Småkardborre (Swedish), tallos de burro (Spanish, Castillian), urrebuusi (Euskera), urrheburusi (Euskera), verdelobo (Spanish, Castillian), verdolobo (Spanish, Castillian), xarriasses (Catalan), yerba de los tiñosos (Spanish, Castillian), yerba tiñosa (Aragonese), yerba tiñosa (High Aragonese)[Credits]
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