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Details for: Trifolium campestre

Source: ILDIS World Database of Legumes 2010. (copyright © ILDIS).

Name: Trifolium campestre Schreb.
Nomencl. ref.: in Sturm, Deutschl. Fl. Abth.1: 16. 1804
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Fabales Bromhead
                              Familia - Fabaceae Lindl.
                                   Tribus - Trifolieae
                                        Genus - Trifolium L.
Pro parte synonyms: Trifolium agrarium L., nom. ambig.
Synonyms: Chrysaspis campestris (Schreb.) Desv.
Trifolium erythranthum (Griseb.) Halácsy
Trifolium karatavicum Pavlov
Trifolium lagrangei Boiss.
Trifolium procumbens L., nom. ambig.
Trifolium pseudoprocumbens C. C. Gmel.
Trifolium pumilum M. Hossain (provisional)
Trifolium thionanthum Hausskn.
Trifolium campestre var. lagrangei (Boiss.) Zohary
Trifolium procumbens var. campestre DC.
Misapplied names: "Trifolium agrarium" sec. auct.
Comments: Alien to Komi: only one old specimen in SYKO Herbarium, as a good separate species, In "Flora Kazakhstana" & "Flora Tadzhikskoi SSR" T. karatavicum is regarded, Native of Europe. Three varieties; not clear which has been introduced., Variable in habit and size.
Common names: Acker-Klee (German), Chol Yoncha (Azerbaijan), Ereknuk Dashtain (Armenian), Feld-Klee (German), fenarda (Catalan), fenarda (Spanish, Castillian), fenarola (Catalan), fernada (Spanish, Castillian), hirusta (Euskera), Hop Clover (English), Hop Trefoil (), Kanyushyna Palyavaya (Belarusian), Khmel Zayachchy (Belarusian), Khmyalek (Belarusian), Klever Polevoi (Russian), Konyushina Rivnynna (Ukraine), Lamav Ristik (Estonian), Large Hop Clover (English), Lauku Abolins (Latvian), Low Hop Clover (English), Myadzelina (Belarusian), trebo (Galician), trébol (Spanish, Castillian), trébol amarillo (Spanish, Castillian), trébol dorado (Spanish, Castillian), Trefle Des Champs (), Trefle Jaune (French), trevo (Portuguese), trèvol (Catalan), trèvol (Majorcan), trèvol campestre (Catalan), Trifoyash (Roumanian), ungleta de la Mare de Déu (Catalan), Zhoutaya Dzyatlina (Belarusian), Zlatoshchitnik Polevoi (Russian)[Credits]
Conservation Status: Not Threatened
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ab(A N) AE(G) Ag Al Ar Au(A L) Az Be(B L) Bl Br Bu By Ca Co Cr Cy Cz Da Eg Es Ga(C F) Ge Gg(A D G) Gr Hb(E N) He Ho Hs(A G S) Hu Ir It Jo Ju La Le Lt Lu Ma Md Mo No Po Rf(C CS E K N NW S) Rm Sa Si(M S) Sn Su Sy Tn Tu(A E) Uk(K U) [Fa Fe]
Use: Forage, Miscellaneous, Weed

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