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Details for: Atriplex hortensis

Source: Uotila, P. (2011): Chenopodiaceae (pro parte majore). – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Atriplex hortensis L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 1053. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Caryophyllanae
                         Ordo - Caryophyllales
                              Familia - Chenopodiaceae Vent.
                                   Genus - Atriplex L.
Synonyms: Atriplex microtheca Moq.
Common names: Bonne-Dame (French), Arroche des jardins (French), Aedmalts (Estonian), almoll (Aragonese), almollis (Catalan), armolas (Galician), armolas (Portuguese), armoles (Galician), armoles (Portuguese), armoles (Spanish, Castillian), armoles hortenses (Portuguese), armoll (Aragonese), armoll (Catalan), armoll del hort (Catalan), armolls (Catalan), armolls (Portuguese), armuelle (Aragonese), armuelle (Spanish, Castillian), armuelle de huerta (Spanish, Castillian), armuelles (Spanish, Castillian), armuelles blancos (Spanish, Castillian), armuelles cultivados (Spanish, Castillian), armuelles de huerta (Spanish, Castillian), armuelles de zorra (Spanish, Castillian), armuelles domésticos (Spanish, Castillian), armuelles silvestres (Spanish, Castillian), armuello (Aragonese), Arroche des jardins (French), Atriplice degli orti (Italian), bledo (Aragonese), bledos moles (Aragonese), bledos moles (Spanish, Castillian), bledos reales colorados (Spanish, Castillian), blet moll (Catalan), blets fins (Valencian), Bonne-dame (French), cogolletes (Spanish, Castillian), dārza balodene (Latvian), daržinė balandūnė (Latvian), ermoles (Portuguese), erva armoles (Portuguese), erva-armoles (Galician), erva-armoles (Portuguese), espinac de carn (Catalan), espinaca de carne (Spanish, Castillian), espinachs (Majorcan), espinachs de carn (Catalan), espinacs de carn (Majorcan), garadaiscá (Euskera), garadaiska (Euskera), garadaizca (Euskera), garadaizka gorri (Euskera), garadaizka gorria (Euskera), garamolas (Galician), Garten-Melde (German), hagemelde (Norwegian), Have-Mælde (Danish), herva-armoles (Portuguese), Kerti laboda (Hungarian), Laboti i kopshtit (Albanian), lebeda zahradní (Czech), Lobodă de grădină (Roumanian), Łoboda ogrodowa (Polish), loboda záhradná (Slovak), moll (Catalan), molls (Catalan), ramos de coral (Spanish, Castillian), tarhamaltsa (Finnish), trädgårdsmålla (Swedish), Tuinmelde (Dutch), vrtna pepeljuga (Croat), zilar-belarra (Euskera), zilharr-belharr (Euskera), Бағ сиркән (Azerbaijani), лебеда садовая (Russian), Лободэ де-грэдинэ (Moldovian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: dMk Rf(CS) [Ab(A) nAl nAu aAu(A) nBl Br nBu By Cg aCo nCr Ct nDa Es aFe nGa Ga(F) nGe Gg nGr nHe nHo nHs Hs(A S) aHu Ir nIt nJu La Lt nLu Mo No nPo aRf(C N) Rf(CS E K NW S) nRm nSi(S) Sk Sl nSu nTu(A E) nUk(K) Uk(U)]

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