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Details for: Pistacia terebinthus

Source: Henning, T. & Raab-Straube, E. von (2016): Anacardiaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Pistacia terebinthus L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 1025. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Sapindales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Anacardiaceae R. Br.
                                   Genus - Pistacia L.
Misapplied names: "Pistacia mutica" sec. HAYEK, A. - 26. - Prodromus florae peninsulae Balcanicae (ed./F. MARKGRAF). Dahlem bei Berlin 1929-1933. Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. Beih. 30/1-3. 2/2: 97-240. 1929 (20 juil.); 2/3: 241-336. 1929 (15 nov.); 2/4: 337-576. 1930 (15 oct.); 2/5: 577-768. 1931 (15 fév.); 2/6: 769-960. 1931 (20 sept.); 2/7: 961-1152. 1931 (31 déc.); 3/1: 1-208. 1932 (15 août); (... -> notes)
Included taxa: Pistacia terebinthus L. subsp. terebinthus
Pistacia terebinthus subsp. palaestina (Boiss.) Engl.
Common names: ahuntzadar (Euskera), ahuntzadarra (Euskera), ahunt-zadarra (Euskera), almecegueiro (Galician), árbol de Nuestra Señora (Spanish, Castillian), arbre del pi (Catalan), arbre del pi (Majorcan), aroeira (Galician), auntz-adar (Euskera), auntzadarr (Euskera), auntzadarra (Euskera), aunzadarra (Euskera), banya de cabra (Catalan), bitxer (Catalan), bitxer (Valencian), bitxo (Catalan), cabra coja (Spanish, Castillian), cabracoja (Spanish, Castillian), cabracorna (Spanish, Castillian), cabricuerno (Spanish, Castillian), cafresnu (Asturian), caricuerno (Spanish, Castillian), carnapiu blanqueru (Asturian), carnapiu negral (Asturian), cerejeira-bastarda (Portuguese), charneca (Spanish, Castillian), charnela (Spanish, Castillian), charnera (Spanish, Castillian), charneta (Spanish, Castillian), colneta (Spanish, Castillian), cornabude (Galician), cornaheira (Portuguese), cornalheira (Galician), cornalheira (Portuguese), cornalheira dos trasmontanos (Portuguese), cornalleira (Galician), corneta (Spanish, Castillian), cornetas (Spanish, Castillian), cornezuelo (Spanish, Castillian), cornicabra (Aragonese), cornicabra (Catalan), cornicabra (Galician), cornicabra (Portuguese), cornicabra (Spanish, Castillian), cornicabra (Valencian), cornicabre (Spanish, Castillian), cornicabro (Spanish, Castillian), cornilheira (Portuguese), cornita (Spanish, Castillian), cuernos (Spanish, Castillian), curña (Aragonese), curnicabra (Portuguese), descornacabras (Spanish, Castillian), descuernacabras (Spanish, Castillian), emborrachacabras (Spanish, Castillian), escornacabra (Galician), escornacabras (Galician), escornacabras (Portuguese), escuernacabra (Spanish, Castillian), escuernacabras (Spanish, Castillian), escuernicabra (Spanish, Castillian), fedigueira (Portuguese), ganauskia (Euskera), garauskia (Euskera), garrofer bord (Catalan), garrofer bord (Valencian), garrofer bort (Valencian), granillo cornicabra (Spanish, Castillian), higuera silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), jedisco (Spanish, Castillian), lentisco (Spanish, Castillian), lentisco albar (Spanish, Castillian), llampuga (Catalan), lloré bort (Valencian), llorer bord (Catalan), mata (Catalan), matacabrit (Catalan), mataselva (Catalan), mataselva (Valencian), matavera (Catalan), matissa vera (Catalan), matissa vera (Valencian), moixera (Catalan), noguereta (Catalan), noguerola (Catalan), noguerola (Spanish, Castillian), noguerola (Valencian), pimentâo-longal (Portuguese), potina (Aragonese), potina (High Aragonese), pudent (Catalan), púdiol (Catalan), púdol (Aragonese), pudol (Catalan), púdol (Catalan), púdol (High Aragonese), pudolo (Valencian), quemaculo (Spanish, Castillian), rendiscle (Catalan), sarrampuz (Aragonese), terebint (Catalan), terebinthia (Portuguese), terebinthineira (Portuguese), terebinto (Aragonese), terebinto (Galician), terebinto (Portuguese), terebinto (Spanish, Castillian), tornalobo (Spanish, Castillian), torzebuch (Aragonese), torzebuch (High Aragonese), trementina de Kios (Spanish, Castillian), valvarija (Spanish, Castillian), Αντραμυθιά (Greek), Αρκοτρέμιθος (Greek), Αρκοτριμιθκιά (Greek), Αρμιτσάδα (Greek), Βρουμομέλι (Greek), Γκρέμ(ι)θας (Greek), Κέλβο (Greek), Κεροβλιά (Greek), Κοκκορεβιθιά (Greek), Κοκκορέβιθος (Greek), Κοκκορέτσι (Greek), Κοκκορετσιά (Greek), Κοκκορέτσος (Greek), Ξεσκουδιά (Greek), Πετραμυθιά (Greek), Ρουντιά (Greek), Σμαρδέλι (Greek), Τραμυθιά (Greek), Τρεμιθκιά (Greek), Τρέμιθος (Greek), Τσεροπελιό (Greek), Τσικουδιά (Greek), Τσιτσιρεβιά (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ab(A N) AE(G) Ag Al Bl(M) Bu Cg Co Cr Ct Cy Ga(F M) Gr He Hs(G S) Ir It Le Li Lu Ma Sa dSi(M) Si(S) Sl Sr Sy Tn Tu(A E) [Mk]

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