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Details for: Salsola kali

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: Salsola kali L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 222. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Caryophyllanae
                         Ordo - Caryophyllales
                              Familia - Chenopodiaceae Vent.
                                   Genus - Salsola L.
                                        Aggregate - Salsola kali aggr.
                                            
Homotypic synonyms: Kali australis (L.) Akhani & Roalson
 
Common names: Soude brûlée (French), Soude kali (French), abrebujo (Spanish, Castillian), abrojos (Spanish, Castillian), almajo de los jaboneros (Spanish, Castillian), barella (Majorcan), barella pinchosa (Spanish, Castillian), barilla (Galician), barilla borde (Spanish, Castillian), barilla pinchosa (Spanish, Castillian), barrella (Catalan), barrella (Majorcan), barrella borda (Catalan), barrella espinosa (Catalan), barrella espinosa (Majorcan), barrella punchosa (Valencian), barrella punxosa (Catalan), barrella punxosa (Valencian), barrella-espinosa (Catalan), barrilha espinhosa (Portuguese), barrilha-espinhosa (Portuguese), barrilheira (Portuguese), barrilheira-espinhosa (Portuguese), barrilla (Aragonese), barrilla (Galician), barrilla (Spanish, Castillian), barrilla borde (Spanish, Castillian), barrilla espinosa (Spanish, Castillian), barrilla pinchosa (Spanish, Castillian), barrilla pinchuda (Spanish, Castillian), barrilleira (Galician), capitana (Aragonese), capitana (Catalan), capitana (High Aragonese), charoleras (Spanish, Castillian), Ciurlan (Roumanian), correcaminos (Spanish, Castillian), corremundo (Spanish, Castillian), espantabrujas (Spanish, Castillian), espantamulas (Spanish, Castillian), espinadella (Catalan), espinadella (Majorcan), espinardo (Aragonese), espinardo (Spanish, Castillian), espinardos (Aragonese), espinardos (Spanish, Castillian), gramata (Portuguese), Ħaxixa ta’ l-lrmied (Maltese), Helys Ysbigog (Welsh), herba de nuguets (Valencian), herba del nuguet (Valencian), herbes del nuguet (Valencian), hierba de cristal (Spanish, Castillian), hierba del cristal (Spanish, Castillian), hierba del jabón (Spanish, Castillian), Homoki ballagófű (Hungarian), Kālija sālszāle (Latvian), Kalijeva solinka (Slovene), Kali-Salzkraut (German), Këmbëkuqja (Albanian), Lus an tsalainn (Irish Gaelic), malos vecinos (Spanish, Castillian), marquesas (Spanish, Castillian), mata pinchosa (Spanish, Castillian), mata punchosa (Spanish, Castillian), matas pinchosas (Spanish, Castillian), matas punchosas (Spanish, Castillian), matschikia (Euskera), mats-chikía (Euskera), meona (Spanish, Castillian), meonas (Spanish, Castillian), meriotakilokki (Finnish), mil nucs (Valencian), mil nudos (Spanish, Castillian), pincho (Spanish, Castillian), pincho barrillero (Spanish, Castillian), pinchos (Spanish, Castillian), pinchosa (Spanish, Castillian), Rand-ogamalts (Estonian), ródano (Spanish, Castillian), salat (Catalan), salicor borde (Spanish, Castillian), salicor borde (Valencian), salicor de la Mancha (Spanish, Castillian), salsora (Majorcan), Salsovie (French), sapillo (Spanish, Castillian), slankasta solnjača (Croat), slanobyľ draslomilná ruská (Slovak), smiltyninė druskė (Lithuanian), soda espinhosa (Portuguese), soda-espinhosa (Portuguese), sodaört (Swedish), Sodaurt (Danish), Sodaurt (Norwegian), Solanka kolczysta (Polish), sosa (Catalan), sosa (Spanish, Castillian), Soude épineuse (French), Stekend loogkruid (Dutch), Þornurt (Icelandic), trago (Spanish, Castillian), trago-espinhoso (Portuguese), trotamundos (Spanish, Castillian), volero (Spanish, Castillian), Xewwikija (Maltese), yerba capitana (High Aragonese), zelenkasta solnjača (Croat), солянка калийная (Russian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Be(B) Br Da Es Fe Ga(C F) Ge Hb(E N) Ho Hs(S) It La Lt Lu No Po Rf(K NW) Su


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