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Details for: Nigella damascena

Source: Raab-Straube, E. von, Hand, R., Hörandl, E. & Nardi, E. (2014+): Ranunculaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Nigella damascena L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 534. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Ranunculanae
                         Ordo - Ranunculales
                              Familia - Ranunculaceae Juss.
                                   Tribus - Nigelleae Tamura
                                        Genus - Nigella L.
                                            
Heterotypic synonyms: Nigella damascena subsp. minor (Boiss.) A. Terracc.
Nigella damascena var. minor Boiss.
Misapplied names: "Nigella elata" sec. OSORIO-TAFALL B. F. & G. M. SERAPHIM - List of the vascular plants of Cyprus. Ministry of agriculture and natural resources, Nicosia, 1973. [i]-v, [i], 1-137.
 
Common names: abechea (Euskera), agenuz (Spanish, Castillian), agenuz de jardín (Spanish, Castillian), ajeluz (Spanish, Castillian), ajenuz (Spanish, Castillian), ajenuz de jardín (Spanish, Castillian), alipivre (Portuguese), alipivre-dos-campos (Portuguese), araña (Majorcan), araña (Spanish, Castillian), arañas (Spanish, Castillian), arañuela (Aragonese), arañuela (Spanish, Castillian), arañuelas (Spanish, Castillian), aranya (Catalan), aranya (Majorcan), aranya (Valencian), aranya de camp (Catalan), aranyas (Catalan), aranyola (Catalan), axenuz (Spanish, Castillian), axenuz de jardín que hace la simiente muy negra (Spanish, Castillian), barba d’ermitá (Catalan), barba d’ermità (Catalan), barba d´ermità (Catalan), barba de ermità (Catalan), barbas de velho (Portuguese), barbas-de-velho (Portuguese), barbas-do-velho (Galician), barbas-do-velho (Portuguese), cabelos-de-Vénus (Portuguese), capuchino (Spanish, Castillian), dama-entre-verdes (Portuguese), damas entre verde (Portuguese), damas no bosque (Portuguese), damas-do-bosque (Portuguese), damas-entre-verde (Galician), damas-entre-verde (Portuguese), damas-no-bosque (Galician), damas-no-bosque (Portuguese), ermità (Catalan), ermità (Spanish, Castillian), estel (Catalan), estela-mare (Catalan), estela-mare (Majorcan), estrella de camp (Catalan), estrella de mar (Spanish, Castillian), estrelleta de camp (Catalan), estrelletes de camp (Catalan), farolillo (Spanish, Castillian), flor d’aranya (Catalan), flor d’aranya (Valencian), gatu-bixar (Euskera), herba de capseta (Majorcan), katu-bixar (Euskera), katu-bixarra (Euskera), llanterna (Majorcan), llanternas (Majorcan), llanternes (Catalan), llanternes (Majorcan), lluenta (Catalan), luceiros (Galician), luceiros (Portuguese), luceros (Galician), manueles (Spanish, Castillian), neguilla (Spanish, Castillian), neguilla común (Spanish, Castillian), neguilla damascena (Spanish, Castillian), neguilla damascena de Cienfuegos (Spanish, Castillian), neguilla damascena de flor doblada (Spanish, Castillian), neguilla de Damasco (Spanish, Castillian), neguilla que hace la simiente muy negra (Spanish, Castillian), niella lluent (Catalan), niella lluenta (Catalan), nigela (Portuguese), nigela-dos-alqueives (Portuguese), trompo (Spanish, Castillian), unflabou (Catalan), unflabou (Valencian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
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