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Details for: Artemisia absinthium


Source: Greuter, W. (2006+): Compositae (pro parte majore). – In: Greuter, W. & Raab-Straube, E. von (ed.): Compositae. Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Artemisia absinthium L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 848. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Asterales
                              Familia - Compositae Giseke
                                   Tribus - Anthemideae Cass.
                                        Genus - Artemisia L.
                                            
Heterotypic synonyms: Artemisia baldaccii Degen
 
Common names: Absint-alsem (Dutch), Absinthe (French), Armoise absinthe (French), Assensiu (Corsican), Assenzio vero (Italian), Assenzju (Maltese), Blieda češljiga (Croat), Bylica piołun (Polish), Gorski pelin (Croat), Have-Malurt (Danish), Kartusis kietis (Lithuanian), Koirohi (Estonian), Koiruoho (Finnish), Mali (Finnish), Malört (Swedish), Malurt (Norwegian), Neven (Croat), Obsienac (Croat), Ohsjenać (Croat), Palina pravá (Slovak), Pelin (Albanian), Pelynas (Lithuanian), Pelyněk pravý (Czech), Pravi pelin (Slovene), Vērmele (Latvian), Wermut (German), Wormwood (English), Žuhki pelin (Croat), Аҹы jовшан (Azerbaijan), Горчив пелин (Bulgarian), Пелин алб (Moldovian), Полин гiркий (Ukraine), Полынь горькая (Russian), Օշինդր դառը (Armenian), absenta (Catalan), absenta (Spanish, Castillian), absinci (Catalan), absinthio (Portuguese), absinthio vulgar (Portuguese), absinti (Catalan), absintio (Galician), absintio (Spanish, Castillian), absinto (Galician), absinto (Portuguese), absinzio (Portuguese), acintro (Portuguese), agenzo (Aragonese), ahamenda-belharr (Euskera), aixensus (Catalan), ajencio (Spanish, Castillian), ajenjio (Spanish, Castillian), ajenjo (Spanish, Castillian), ajenjo común (Spanish, Castillian), ajenjo macho (Spanish, Castillian), ajenjo mayor (Spanish, Castillian), ajenjos (Aragonese), ajenjos (Spanish, Castillian), ajenzo (Aragonese), ajenzo (High Aragonese), ajenzos (Spanish, Castillian), ajonjio (Spanish, Castillian), alosma (Spanish, Castillian), alosna (Portuguese), alosna (Spanish, Castillian), alsamilla (Catalan), altamira (Catalan), Aluine (French), anjenjo (Spanish, Castillian), arhamenta (Euskera), Armoise amère (French), artemaga (Catalan), artemega (Catalan), artemisa (Aragonese), artemisa (High Aragonese), artemisa (Spanish, Castillian), artemisa amarga (Spanish, Castillian), artemisia (Galician), artemisia (Spanish, Castillian), asenjo (Aragonese), asenjo (Galician), asenjo (High Aragonese), asenjo (Portuguese), asenjo (Spanish, Castillian), asenjos (Galician), asenjos (Spanish, Castillian), asenju (Asturian), asensí (Valencian), asensi-bedarr (Euskera), asensio (Aragonese), asensio (Spanish, Castillian), asensioa (Euskera), asensios (Aragonese), asensios (High Aragonese), asenso (Spanish, Castillian), asente (Galician), asente (Portuguese), asentes (Galician), asentes (Spanish, Castillian), asento (Galician), asento (Portuguese), asentos (Galician), asentsio (Euskera), asentsio-bedarr (Catalan), asentsio-belar (Euskera), asentsio-belarr (Catalan), asentzio (Euskera), asentzio belarra (Euskera), asenxo (Galician), asenxos (Galician), asienjo (Spanish, Castillian), assensi (Catalan), assensí (Valencian), assensio (Spanish, Castillian), assintro (Galician), assintro (Portuguese), ausenta (Spanish, Castillian), axenjos amargos (Spanish, Castillian), axenso (Asturian), axenso (Spanish, Castillian), axenxio (Spanish, Castillian), axenxo (Galician), axenxo (Portuguese), axenxos (Galician), axenxos (Spanish, Castillian), axeuxos (Galician), axinse (Catalan), azantsio (Euskera), azantzko (Euskera), azentzio (Euskera), azentzu (Euskera), azinju (Euskera), azinjuba (Euskera), azintzu (Euskera), azuntzu (Euskera), cazapote (Spanish, Castillian), chansama (Aragonese), chansana (Aragonese), chansana (Catalan), chansana (High Aragonese), chansana (Valencian), citronela-maior (Portuguese), doncel (Spanish, Castillian), doncell (Aragonese), doncell (Catalan), doncell (Majorcan), doncell (Valencian), doncell ordinari (Majorcan), donsel (Spanish, Castillian), donsell (Catalan), donsèll (Catalan), donsell (Majorcan), donsell (Valencian), donsell mascle (Catalan), donsell primer romá (Catalan), donzel (Aragonese), donzell (Catalan), donzell (Valencian), donzell mascle (Catalan), encens (Catalan), encienso (Spanish, Castillian), ensensio (Spanish, Castillian), fonoll (Valencian), gazapote (Spanish, Castillian), gento (Aragonese), genzo (Aragonese), grande-absinto (Portuguese), herba da Nosa Señora (Galician), herba lombrigueira (Galician), Herbe aux vers (French), Herbe sainte (French), hierba santa (Spanish, Castillian), huelemanos (Spanish, Castillian), incienso (Spanish, Castillian), inciensos (Spanish, Castillian), insensio (Spanish, Castillian), insienso (Spanish, Castillian), isenso (Aragonese), isenso (Catalan), isenso (High Aragonese), isenso (Valencian), ixenzo (Aragonese), ixenzo (Catalan), ixenzo (High Aragonese), ixenzo (Valencian), jento (Aragonese), jento (High Aragonese), jenzo (Aragonese), jenzo (High Aragonese), julivert bord (Valencian), losna (Galician), losna (Portuguese), losna de Dioscorides (Portuguese), losna maior (Portuguese), losna ordinaria (Portuguese), losna verdadeira (Portuguese), losna-maior (Galician), losna-maior (Portuguese), ortemisa (Spanish, Castillian), punsell (Valencian), rainha-das-ervas (Galician), rainha-das-ervas (Portuguese), sensio (Spanish, Castillian), sintro (Galician), sintro (Portuguese), susones (Spanish, Castillian), 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