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Details for: Tagetes patula

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: Tagetes patula L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 887. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Asterales
                              Familia - Compositae Giseke
                                   Tribus - Helenieae Lindl.
                                        Genus - Tagetes L.
Common names: Aksamitka rozpierzchła (Polish), Fratrići (Croat), Garofal žuti (Croat), Gewöhnliche Samtblume (German), Gromniščica (Croat), Kadifica (Croat), Konavljanin (Croat), Oeillet d’Inde (French), Rjavkasta žametnica (Slovene), Studentenblume (German), Tagete comune (Italian), Žutjelj mali (Croat), Бархотка развесистая (Russian), Выздоажэ патулатэ (Moldovian), Чорнобривцi розлогi (Ukraine), Шахәли сабаһҝүлү (Azerbaijan), ballutets (Portuguese), canicuba (Spanish, Castillian), clavaller de moro (Majorcan), clavel de la India (Spanish, Castillian), clavel de las Indias (Spanish, Castillian), clavel de muerto (Spanish, Castillian), claveles turcos (Asturian), clavell de mora (Portuguese), clavell de moro (Catalan), clavell de moro (Majorcan), clavell de moro (Portuguese), clavell de mort (Majorcan), clavellina plegada (Spanish, Castillian), clavellina rizada (Spanish, Castillian), copetillo (Spanish, Castillian), copetito (Spanish, Castillian), cravo de defuncto (Portuguese), cravo de defunto (Portuguese), cravo de Tunes (Portuguese), damasquina (Catalan), damasquina (Spanish, Castillian), escopetón (Spanish, Castillian), escopetones (Spanish, Castillian), flores de muerto (Spanish, Castillian), pomposas (Majorcan), Razprostrta žametnica (Slovene)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: [cAb(A) AE(G) aAu(A) ?Az cBe aBH Bl cBl(M) cBu cBy Ca(C G H L P T) aCs cCt ?Es cGa(F) aGe aGr aHb(E) cHs Hs(S) aHu aIt aJu ?La ?Lt aLu cMa aMd(M P) cMk cMo aNo cPo cRf(C E NW S) Rm aSk Sl cSr cTcs cUk(K U)]

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