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Details for: Erica arborea


Source: Valdés, B. (2009+): Erica. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity
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Name: Erica arborea L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 353. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Ericales
                              Familia - Ericaceae Juss.
                                   Genus - Erica L.
                                       
Heterotypic synonyms: Erica riojana Sennen & Elias
Erica arborea subsp. riojana (Sennen & Elias) Romo
 
Common names: albarizo (Spanish, Castillian), albarón (Spanish, Castillian), añarra (Euskera), atorga (Portuguese), bereza (Spanish, Castillian), berezo (Spanish, Castillian), berezo albar (Spanish, Castillian), berezo blanco (Spanish, Castillian), berezo castellano (Spanish, Castillian), berezo hayuz (Spanish, Castillian), berezu (Asturian), berezu (Spanish, Castillian), berozo blanco (Spanish, Castillian), berozo macho (Spanish, Castillian), brezo (Spanish, Castillian), brezo albar (Spanish, Castillian), brezo albarizo (Spanish, Castillian), brezo arbóreo (Spanish, Castillian), brezo blanco (Spanish, Castillian), brezo castellano (Spanish, Castillian), brezo cucharero (Spanish, Castillian), brezo escoba (Spanish, Castillian), brezo español (Spanish, Castillian), brezo macho (Spanish, Castillian), brezo oloroso (Spanish, Castillian), brezo vagante (Spanish, Castillian), brezu (Asturian), bricio (Spanish, Castillian), briezu (Asturian), bruc (Catalan), bruc (Majorcan), bruc arbori (Catalan), bruc boal (Catalan), bruc boal (Valencian), bruc boual (Catalan), bruc bouer (Catalan), bruc de bou (Catalan), bruc de fer escombres (Catalan), bruc de la flor blanca (Catalan), bruc de pipes (Catalan), bruc de soques (Catalan), bruc mascle (Catalan), bruc mascle (Majorcan), bruc vertader (Catalan), bruch (Catalan), bruch (Majorcan), bruch mascle (Majorcan), carroucha (Galician), caxigu (Asturian), chirrinchin (Euskera), dinada (Catalan), escoba (Spanish, Castillian), estorga (Portuguese), frezo negro (Spanish, Castillian), gat pixat (Catalan), gíria (Euskera), gorbiezu (Asturian), gorbiezu noble (Asturian), gran brezo blanco (Spanish, Castillian), hayuz (Spanish, Castillian), iguerrigue (Euskera), iguirrigue (Euskera), iñarra (Euskera), juncia (Spanish, Castillian), kírie (Euskera), moita branca (Portuguese), orceira (Galician), queiro (Portuguese), queiroga (Portuguese), quirihuela (Spanish, Castillian), quiroga (Portuguese), rozo (Asturian), rozo (Spanish, Castillian), tadillu (Asturian), torga (Portuguese), torga branca (Portuguese), torga-branca (Portuguese), turel (Aragonese), turel (Spanish, Castillian), txilar zuri (Euskera), txilar zuria (Euskera), txilar-zuria (Euskera), ud (Spanish, Castillian), uncia (Asturian), urce (Galician), urce (Portuguese), urce (Spanish, Castillian), urce albarona (Spanish, Castillian), urce blanca (Galician), urce blanca (Spanish, Castillian), urce branca (Galician), urce branca (Spanish, Castillian), urce negral (Portuguese), urceira branca (Galician), urcia (Asturian), urgo (Portuguese), urgueiro (Portuguese), urrigata (Galician), urrigata (Portuguese), urz (Spanish, Castillian), urz albar (Spanish, Castillian), urz albarona (Spanish, Castillian), urz blanca (Spanish, Castillian), urza albar (Spanish, Castillian), urze (Portuguese), urze alva (Portuguese), urze branca (Portuguese), urze-branca (Portuguese), us (Portuguese), uz (Asturian), uz (Galician), uz (Portuguese), uz (Spanish, Castillian), uz albar (Portuguese), uz blancal (Galician), uz bornal (Galician), uz branca (Galician), uz brancal (Galician), uza (Galician), zurikacha (Euskera), zurikatx (Euskera), zurikatxa (Euskera), Αρείκι (Greek), Δεντρορείκι (Greek), Ερείκος (Greek), Κουκουλόχορτον (Greek), Ντρίζα (Greek), Ρείγγλα (Greek), Ρείκι (Greek), Ρείτζι (Greek), Ρείχι (Greek), Ρέντζι (Greek), Ρίον (Greek), Τσάρο (Greek), Ψηλόρεικα (Greek)[Credits]
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