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Details for: Calluna vulgaris

Source: Valdés, B. (2009+): Calluna. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity
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Name: Calluna vulgaris (L.) Hull
Nomencl. ref.: Brit. Fl., ed. 2: 114. 1808
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 - Calluna Salisb.
                                       
Basionym: Erica vulgaris L.
Homotypic synonyms: Erica vulgaris L.
Ericodes vulgaris (L.) Merino
 
Common names: aiñarr (Euskera), ainarra (Euskera), ainarra arrunt (Euskera), añara (Euskera), argaña (Spanish, Castillian), aulaga (Spanish, Castillian), azuleja (Spanish, Castillian), bañiza (Galician), barba-do-mato (Portuguese), barba-do-monte (Galician), barba-do-monte (Portuguese), bercol (Spanish, Castillian), bércol (Spanish, Castillian), berecilla (Spanish, Castillian), bereza (Spanish, Castillian), berezo (Spanish, Castillian), berezo negro (Spanish, Castillian), berezu (Asturian), berezu tal (Asturian), bermeja (Spanish, Castillian), berozo (Spanish, Castillian), bierco (Spanish, Castillian), biércol (High Aragonese), biercol (Spanish, Castillian), biércol (Spanish, Castillian), biercol (Valencian), biercol merino (Spanish, Castillian), biércol merino (Spanish, Castillian), brecina (Spanish, Castillian), brecinilla (Spanish, Castillian), brécol (Aragonese), brécol (Catalan), brécol (High Aragonese), brécol (Spanish, Castillian), brécol (Valencian), brezo (Aragonese), brezo (Asturian), brezo (Spanish, Castillian), brezo común (Spanish, Castillian), brezo de lastra (Spanish, Castillian), brinzes (Catalan), broc (High Aragonese), brócal (Catalan), brócal (High Aragonese), brócal (Valencian), bronsa (Catalan), brosa (Catalan), brossa (Catalan), bruc (Catalan), bruc (Majorcan), bruc petets (Catalan), bruch (Catalan), bruch (Valencian), bruco (High Aragonese), brueco (High Aragonese), brug (Catalan), bruga (Catalan), bruga (Spanish, Castillian), bruguera (Catalan), bruguerola (Catalan), bruguerola (Valencian), bruza (Catalan), bruza (Spanish, Castillian), campanita (Spanish, Castillian), carpanza (Galician), carpaza (Galician), carpaza (Spanish, Castillian), carpaza a urce pequeña (Galician), carpaza branca (Galician), carpaza readiga (Galician), carpazo (Galician), carpazo molar (Galician), carquexa (Asturian), carrapata (Galician), carrasca (Galician), carrasca (Portuguese), carrasca mansa (Galician), carrasca monteira (Galician), carrasca riadega (Galician), carrasco (Galician), carrasella (Catalan), carrasquiña (Galician), carrasquinha (Portuguese), carrassella (Catalan), carrizo (Galician), carroucha (Galician), carroucha (Portuguese), cepell (Catalan), cepell (Valencian), charliza (Spanish, Castillian), cherliz (Spanish, Castillian), chiotas (Galician), chiroga (Portuguese), chupe (Spanish, Castillian), cipell (Catalan), cipell (Majorcan), cola (Galician), cotorru (Asturian), dinada (Catalan), elhar (Euskera), elharr (Euskera), elharri (Euskera), erica (Portuguese), escobas de brecina (Spanish, Castillian), escobas mogarizas (Spanish, Castillian), estorga (Portuguese), gamo (Galician), ganzo (Spanish, Castillian), garbeña (Spanish, Castillian), gareña (Asturian), gato (Spanish, Castillian), gaucella (Galician), giñarr (Euskera), gorbieza (Asturian), gorbiza (Asturian), gorbiza (Spanish, Castillian), gorbizo (Asturian), gorveza (Galician), gurbienzo (Asturian), herba negra (Catalan), ilaurri (Euskera), ilharra (Euskera), illar (Euskera), illarr (Euskera), iñar (Euskera), iñarr (Euskera), iñarra (Euskera), kiñarr (Euskera), magoriça (Portuguese), magurice (Portuguese), melga (Galician), mogariça (Galician), mogariça (Portuguese), mogariza (Spanish, Castillian), mongariça (Galician), mongariça (Portuguese), olaga (Spanish, Castillian), orbezo (Spanish, Castillian), pan de queso (Spanish, Castillian), paraíso (Spanish, Castillian), perrito (Spanish, Castillian), pica la miel (Spanish, Castillian), quebra-panelas (Portuguese), queiriño (Asturian), queiriño (Galician), queiriño (Spanish, Castillian), queiro (Portuguese), queiró (Portuguese), queiroa (Galician), queiroa fina (Galician), queiroga (Asturian), queiroga (Galician), queiroga (Portuguese), queirua (Galician), queirúa (Galician), queirúa (Portuguese), queiruga (Galician), queiruga (Portuguese), queiruga de cruz (Galician), querihuela (Spanish, Castillian), quirihuela (Spanish, Castillian), quiroa (Galician), quiroa (Portuguese), quiroga (Galician), quiroga (Portuguese), quiroga (Spanish, Castillian), quirola (Spanish, Castillian), quírola (Spanish, Castillian), quiruga de cruz (Galician), raña (Galician), rapa (Galician), rapa (Portuguese), reguarno (Spanish, Castillian), reguazno (Spanish, Castillian), rozu (Asturian), salabruga (Catalan), sap (Catalan), sardino (Spanish, Castillian), sepell (Valencian), tanarro (Spanish, Castillian), torbo (Galician), torga (Portuguese), torga ordinaria (Portuguese), torga ordinária (Portuguese), torga-ordinária (Portuguese), torga-quebra-panelas (Galician), torga-quebra-panelas (Portuguese), tuérgano (Galician), txilarra (Euskera), txillarr (Euskera), uces (Spanish, Castillian), urce (Portuguese), urce (Spanish, Castillian), urce do monte (Galician), urce ordinaria (Portuguese), urce rastreiro (Galician), urcias (Asturian), urcias (Spanish, Castillian), urcina (Spanish, Castillian), urz (Spanish, Castillian), urze (Galician), urze (Portuguese), urze do monte (Galician), urze-do-monte (Galician), urze-do-monte (Portuguese), uz montés (Galician), uz montés (Portuguese), xerpó (Catalan), xipell (Catalan), yerba del riñón (Aragonese), yerba del riñón (High Aragonese), zuricachá (Euskera), zurikatx (Euskera)[Credits]
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