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Details for: Lithospermum officinale

Source: Valdés, B. (2011): Boraginaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Lithospermum officinale L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 132. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Boraginales
                              Familia - Boraginaceae Juss.
                                   Genus - Lithospermum L.
Common names: aljôfar (Galician), aljofar (Portuguese), aljófar (Portuguese), aljôfar (Portuguese), aljófar (Spanish, Castillian), aljofareira (Galician), aljofareira (Portuguese), aljófares gruesos (Spanish, Castillian), artatxiki (Euskera), artoxe (Euskera), artoxehe (Euskera), cua de gat (Catalan), entortijada pajiza (Spanish, Castillian), grana dura (Catalan), granos de amor (fruto) (Spanish, Castillian), granos de amor (Spanish, Castillian), herba das doas (Galician), herba das doas (Portuguese), herba de l’ull del sol (Catalan), herba de la pedra (Catalan), herba de la pedreta (Catalan), herba de les pedres (Catalan), herba de pedra (Catalan), herba del mal de pedra (Catalan), herba pedrera (Catalan), herba sanguinaria (Catalan), herba sanguinària (Catalan), hierba granada (Aragonese), ierba granada (Aragonese), izkiribeltz (Euskera), lágrimas de David (Spanish, Castillian), litospermo (Spanish, Castillian), litospermo menor (Spanish, Castillian), migronà (Catalan), mijo de sol (Spanish, Castillian), mijo del sol (fruto) (Spanish, Castillian), mijo del sol (Spanish, Castillian), mijo del sol mayor (Spanish, Castillian), mijo del sol menor (Spanish, Castillian), milho do sol (Galician), milho do sol (Portuguese), mill (Catalan), mill bord (Catalan), mill bort (Catalan), mill bort (Majorcan), mill bort (Portuguese), mill de sol (Catalan), mill de sol (Valencian), mill del sol (Catalan), mill del sol (Portuguese), mill gruà (Catalan), mill gruer (Catalan), mill roquer (Catalan), mill solar (Catalan), mill-del-sol (Catalan), millet del sol (Catalan), montruso (Euskera), perlina (Spanish, Castillian), pérola (Galician), pérola (Portuguese), perola herva (Portuguese), peroleira (Galician), peroleira (Portuguese), planta per al mal de pedra (Catalan), sanguinària (Catalan), té (Aragonese), té (Catalan), té (Spanish, Castillian), té blanco (Spanish, Castillian), te de barranco (Aragonese), té de barranco (High Aragonese), te de Benás (Aragonese), té de Benás (High Aragonese), te de Benasque (Spanish, Castillian), té de Benasque (Spanish, Castillian), te de camí (Catalan), te de gra (Catalan), te de güerta (Aragonese), té de huerta (High Aragonese), té de huerta (Spanish, Castillian), te de la birjen (Aragonese), te de la Virgen (Aragonese), té de la Virgen (High Aragonese), té de Miranda (Spanish, Castillian), te de perla (Aragonese), té de perla (High Aragonese), te de zequia (Aragonese), té de zequia (High Aragonese), te en grano (Aragonese), té en grano (High Aragonese), té fino (High Aragonese), te negro (Aragonese), té negro (High Aragonese), te perladun (Euskera), te perladuna (Euskera), te purgante (Aragonese), té purgante (High Aragonese), teá (Euskera), te-perladuna (Euskera), yerba granada (High Aragonese)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Al Ar Au(A) Be(B L) Bl(M) Br Bu By Co Cs Ct Da Es Ga Ge Gr Hb(E) He Ho Hs(A S) Hu It La LS Lt Lu Mo No Po Rf(C E K N NW S) Rm Sa Si(S) Sk Sl Sr Su Tu(A E) Uk(K) [Fe]

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