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Details for: Tribulus terrestris

Source: Castroviejo, S. (2009): Zygophyllaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Tribulus terrestris L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 387. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Zygophyllales Link
                              Familia - Zygophyllaceae R. Br.
                                   Genus - Tribulus L.
                                       
Geo-Search:
Included taxa: Tribulus terrestris L. subsp. terrestris
Tribulus terrestris subsp. orientalis (A. Kern.) Dostál
 
Common names: abreojo (Spanish, Castillian), abreojos (Aragonese), abreojos (Spanish, Castillian), abriojo (Spanish, Castillian), abriojos (Aragonese), abriüll (Catalan), abriulls (Catalan), abriülls (Catalan), abriulls (Majorcan), abrojo (Spanish, Castillian), abrojo de tierra (Spanish, Castillian), abrojo terrestre (Spanish, Castillian), abrojos (Aragonese), abrojos (Spanish, Castillian), abrojos de tierra (Spanish, Castillian), abrolho (Galician), abrolho (Portuguese), abrolho terrestre (Portuguese), abrolhos (Portuguese), abrolhos-terrestres (Portuguese), abrollo (Galician), abroullo (Galician), abrujó (Catalan), abrull (Catalan), abrulls (Catalan), abulls (Catalan), aburejo (Spanish, Castillian), alborjos (Spanish, Castillian), alforjos (Spanish, Castillian), amoriño (Galician), aritgas (Majorcan), arvojos (Spanish, Castillian), bohets (Valencian), cadells (Catalan), cadells (Majorcan), cairell (Catalan), cairells (Catalan), cairells (Majorcan), caixals de vella (Catalan), candells (Catalan), canet (Catalan), canets (Catalan), canets (Majorcan), caxals de vella (Spanish, Castillian), caxurro (Valencian), cayrells (Catalan), cigrons imperials (Catalan), claus de gos (Valencian), creu de sant Antoni (Valencian), creus de Dan Antonio (Catalan), creus de Sant Antoni (Catalan), duros (Spanish, Castillian), escambrón (Galician), esparzeta cornuda (Aragonese), espigón (Spanish, Castillian), espins (Valencian), estripo (Galician), gata (Spanish, Castillian), gata rabiosa (Spanish, Castillian), gatas (Spanish, Castillian), gateres (Valencian), gatetes (Aragonese), gats (Valencian), gossos (Catalan), gotets (Valencian), herba de gatet (Valencian), herba de gatets (Valencian), herba de l’orina (Valencian), herba dels gatets (Valencian), marietes (Valencian), mata punchosa (Spanish, Castillian), mina (Spanish, Castillian), mormaga (Spanish, Castillian), mormagas (Spanish, Castillian), mormajas (Spanish, Castillian), neüc (Valencian), nuc (Valencian), obralsuls (Catalan), obrasuls (Catalan), obre-els-ulls (Catalan), obrelsulls (Catalan), obreüll (Valencian), obriulls (Catalan), obriülls (Catalan), pedra de rinyó (Valencian), picatalons (Majorcan), punxaclaus (Catalan), punxa-claus (Catalan), punxa-claus (Spanish, Castillian), punxaclaus (Valencian), punxarabiosa (Valencian), punxarodes (Valencian), queixals de bruixa (Catalan), queixals de llop (Catalan), queixals de llop (Valencian), queixals de vella (Catalan), queixals de vella (Valencian), rodet (Catalan), rodetes (Catalan), rodets (Majorcan), saparlarra (Euskera), saparrlarr (Euskera), sasilarra (Euskera), tríbol (Catalan), tríbulo (Spanish, Castillian), ull de bou (Catalan), uña de gato (Spanish, Castillian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ag Al Ar Au(A) Bl Bu Ca(C F T) Co Cr Ct Cy Eg Ga(F) Gg Gr Hs(S) Hu Ir It Li Lu Ma Mo Rm Sa Si(M S) Sl Sn Sr Tn Tu(A E) Uk(K) [Cs Ge No Sk]


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