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Details for: Mirabilis jalapa

Source: Uotila, P. (2011): Nyctaginaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Mirabilis jalapa L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 177. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Caryophyllanae
                         Ordo - Caryophyllales
                              Familia - Nyctaginaceae Juss.
                                   Genus - Mirabilis L.
                                       
Heterotypic synonyms: Mirabilis divaricata Lowe
 
Common names: Belle-de-nuit (French), arrebolera (Spanish, Castillian), Bajtar tax-Xewk (Maltese), barba împăaratului (Roumanian), bella de nit (Majorcan), bella de noche (Spanish, Castillian), bellas noites (Portuguese), boas noites (Portuguese), boas-noites (Portuguese), boninas (Portuguese), buenas noches (Spanish, Castillian), buenas tardes (Spanish, Castillian), diego (Spanish, Castillian), diego de nits (Catalan), diego de noche (Spanish, Castillian), diegos de nit (Spanish, Castillian), dompedro (Spanish, Castillian), dompedros (Spanish, Castillian), don diego de noche (Spanish, Castillian), don diegos de noche (Spanish, Castillian), don juan de noche (Spanish, Castillian), don pedro (Spanish, Castillian), don pedro de llamas (Spanish, Castillian), don pedro desmayado (Spanish, Castillian), don pedro enamorado (Spanish, Castillian), don pedro pintado (Spanish, Castillian), don pedro remendado (Spanish, Castillian), don pedro salpicado (Spanish, Castillian), don Pedros (Spanish, Castillian), dondiego (Aragonese), dondiego (Spanish, Castillian), dondiego de noche (Spanish, Castillian), donjuán de noche (Spanish, Castillian), erva triste (Portuguese), falsa jalapa (Spanish, Castillian), flor de nit (Aragonese), flor de nit (Catalan), flor de nit (Valencian), flor de Panamá (Spanish, Castillian), galán de noche (Spanish, Castillian), gau-lore (Euskera), gau-lorea (Euskera), herba triste (Portuguese), herva triste (Portuguese), hierba triste (Spanish, Castillian), ihmekukka (Finnish), jalapa (Spanish, Castillian), jalapa bastarda (Portuguese), jalapa bastarda menor (Portuguese), jalapa falsa (Spanish, Castillian), jalapa menor (Portuguese), jalapa-falsa (Portuguese), jazmines de Méjico (Spanish, Castillian), jazmines de México (Spanish, Castillian), juan de noche (Spanish, Castillian), llampedro (Catalan), Luleakshami (Albanian), maravilhas (Portuguese), maravilla (Spanish, Castillian), maravilla de Indias (Spanish, Castillian), maravilla de noche (Spanish, Castillian), maravilla del Perú (Spanish, Castillian), maravilla do Perú (Portuguese), maravillas de Indias (Spanish, Castillian), maravillas de noche (Spanish, Castillian), meravella de nit (Catalan), mirabajà (Catalan), mirabajà (Majorcan), mirabejam (Majorcan), mirakelblom (Norwegian), Nagy csodatölcsér (Hungarian), noches (Spanish, Castillian), noćurak (Croat), pedros (Spanish, Castillian), pepicos (Spanish, Castillian), pericón (Spanish, Castillian), pericones (Spanish, Castillian), pericos (Spanish, Castillian), periquitos (Asturian), periquitos (Spanish, Castillian), sampedros (Spanish, Castillian), san pedros (Spanish, Castillian), santjoans (Catalan), suspiros (Portuguese), suspiros (Spanish, Castillian), trompetilla (Spanish, Castillian), underblomma (Swedish), Vidunderblomst (Danish)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: [AE(G) nAu(A) nAz aAz(C F G J L M P S T) nBl(I M N) nBu Ca nCa(C F G H P T) nCo aCr aCy nGa(F) Gr nHs(G S) aHu aIJ Ir nIt Le aLi aLS nLu Md nMd(M) cRf(C) Rm nSa nSi(M S)]


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