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Details for: Thymus mastichina

Source: World Checklist of Selected Plant Families (2010), copyright © The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Name: Thymus mastichina (L.) L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl. ed. 2: 827. 1763
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Lamiales
                              Familia - Lamiaceae Lindl.
                                   Genus - Thymus L.
Basionym: Satureja mastichina L.
Homotypic synonyms: Origanum mastichina (L.) Kuntze
Satureja mastichina L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Majorana tomentosa (Willd.) Stokes
Origanum tomentosum (Willd.) Kuntze
Thymus almoradux Dufour ex Boiss.
Thymus carpetanus Sennen
Thymus ciliatus Moench, nom. illeg.
Thymus ciliolatus Pau
Thymus elongatus Schrad. ex Link
Thymus suavis Salisb.
Thymus tomentosus Boiss. & Reut. ex Willk. & Lange, nom. illeg.
Thymus tomentosus Willd.
Thymus mastichina subsp. tomentosus (Willd.) Malag.
Common names: ajedrea de monte (Spanish, Castillian), alegría (Spanish, Castillian), almaraduz (Spanish, Castillian), almarauje (Spanish, Castillian), almoradu (Spanish, Castillian), almoradú (Spanish, Castillian), almoradud (Spanish, Castillian), almoradul (Spanish, Castillian), almoradur (Spanish, Castillian), almoradús (Spanish, Castillian), almoradux (Spanish, Castillian), almoraduz (Spanish, Castillian), almoradúz (Spanish, Castillian), almorahú (Spanish, Castillian), almoraje (Spanish, Castillian), almoraú (Spanish, Castillian), almorauz (Spanish, Castillian), almoraz (Spanish, Castillian), almoroje (Spanish, Castillian), amáraco (Portuguese), amaraco (Spanish, Castillian), armoradus (Spanish, Castillian), bela-luz (Portuguese), borriquero (Spanish, Castillian), cantueso (Spanish, Castillian), cantueso blanco (Spanish, Castillian), escombrilla (Spanish, Castillian), galana (Spanish, Castillian), herba do cravo (Galician), hierba del amor (Spanish, Castillian), hierbanieta (Spanish, Castillian), majorana (Spanish, Castillian), marahú (Spanish, Castillian), marduix silvestre (Catalan), mayorana (Spanish, Castillian), mejorana (Aragonese), mejorana (Spanish, Castillian), mejorana bastarda (Spanish, Castillian), mejorana de monte (Spanish, Castillian), mejorana no legítima (Spanish, Castillian), mejorana silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), mellorana (Galician), mendaro (Euskera), mendaroa (Euskera), moraduix bord (Catalan), moradux bord (Catalan), orégano espigado ramoso (Spanish, Castillian), poleo (Spanish, Castillian), raíz ursina (Spanish, Castillian), raspa (Spanish, Castillian), retuso (Spanish, Castillian), romero borriquero (Spanish, Castillian), romero de monte (Spanish, Castillian), romero silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), saladillo (Spanish, Castillian), sal-da-terra (Portuguese), salpurro (Portuguese), sardina (Spanish, Castillian), sardinilla (Spanish, Castillian), sarilla (Spanish, Castillian), sarposu (Catalan), sarposu (Valencian), señorida de flor blanca (Majorcan), té esport (Spanish, Castillian), tomaza (Spanish, Castillian), tomelo (Galician), tomentelo (Galician), tomilho (Portuguese), tomilho alvadio (Portuguese), tomilho-alvadio (Portuguese), tomillo (Galician), tomillo (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo aceitunero (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo almarán (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo almoraduz (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo bastardo (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo blanco (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo borracho (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo branco (Galician), tomillo corriente (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo de almoradúz (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo de bola (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo de flor blanca (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo de las aceitunas (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo fino (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo macho (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo mayor (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo mejorana (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo montaraz (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo mosquero (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo oloroso (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo salcedo (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo salsero (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo sansero (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo sardinero (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo sarpotsu (Spanish, Castillian), tomillo silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), tomillos de almaraduz (Spanish, Castillian), tomiño (Spanish, Castillian), tumillo (Spanish, Castillian), urgaza (Spanish, Castillian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Hs Lu

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