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Details for: Nerium oleander

Source: Marhold, K. (2011): Apocynaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Nerium oleander L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 209. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Gentianales Lindl.
                              Familia - Apocynaceae Juss.
                                   Genus - Nerium L.
Misapplied names: "Nerium kotschyi" sec. auct. eur.
Included taxa: Nerium oleander L. subsp. oleander
Nerium oleander subsp. kurdicum Rech. f.
Common names: abelfa (Spanish, Castillian), aberfa (Spanish, Castillian), adelfa (Aragonese), adelfa (Catalan), adelfa (Spanish, Castillian), adelfa/adelfes (Spanish, Castillian), adelfo (Portuguese), adelpha (Portuguese), adelpho (Portuguese), aderfa (Spanish, Castillian), aelfa (Spanish, Castillian), alandro (Portuguese), albaladre (Valencian), aloendro (Portuguese), baladra (Catalan), baladre (Aragonese), baladre (Catalan), baladre (Majorcan), baladre (Spanish, Castillian), baladre (Valencian), baladro (Valencian), balandre (Catalan), balandre (Spanish, Castillian), berfa (Spanish, Castillian), biva (Catalan), cevadilla (Portuguese), delfa (Spanish, Castillian), diva (Catalan), edelfa (Spanish, Castillian), eloendro (Portuguese), eriotz-orri (Euskera), eriotz-orria (Euskera), eroitzorri (Euskera), eroitzorria (Euskera), erroitzori (Euskera), espirradeira (Portuguese), heriotzorri (Euskera), laurel rosa (Aragonese), laurel rosa (Spanish, Castillian), laurel zerezo (Aragonese), laurel-rosa (Spanish, Castillian), llorer real (Majorcan), llorer reial (Catalan), llorer rosa (Catalan), loendreira (Portuguese), loendro (Portuguese), loureiro-rosa (Portuguese), narciso (Spanish, Castillian), nerio (Portuguese), nério (Portuguese), oleandre (Catalan), oleandro (Portuguese), oloendro (Portuguese), rosa de berberia (Spanish, Castillian), rosalaurel (Spanish, Castillian), roser reial (Catalan), roser reial (Majorcan), sanet (Catalan), savadilla bastarda (Portuguese), sevadilha (Portuguese), sevadilla (Portuguese), valadre (Spanish, Castillian), veratre (Catalan), yerba mala (Spanish, Castillian), Αοράφανα (Greek), Αοράφηνα (Greek), Αριοδάφνη (Greek), Αροδάφνη (Greek), Δουράφα (Greek), Ζουκούμι (Greek), Λέανδρος (Greek), Νήριον ο Ολέανδρος (Greek), Πικροδάφνη (Greek), Πικροφυλλάδα (Greek), ροδάφνη (Greek), Ροδοδάφνη (Greek), Σέμα (Greek), Σέψα (Greek), Σφάκα (Greek), Τούρκικο τριαντάφυλλο (Greek), Φυλλάδα (Greek), Ψωράκα (Greek), Ψωροδάφνη (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: AE Ag Al Bl(I M) Co Cr Cy Ga(F) Gr Hs(S) IJ It Ju Li LS Lu Ma Sa Si(S) Tn Tu(A E) [cAz Az(F P S T) aSi(M)]

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