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Details for: Chamaerops humilis


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

Name: Chamaerops humilis L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 1187. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Lilianae
                         Ordo - Arecales
                              Familia - Arecaceae Schultz Sch.
                                   Genus - Chamaerops L.
                                       
Geo-Search:
Homotypic synonyms: Phoenix humilis (L.) Cav.
Included taxa: Chamaerops humilis L. var. humilis
Chamaerops humilis var. argentea André
 
Common names: astapalma (Euskera), asta-palma (Euskera), astpalma (Euskera), bargalló (Catalan), bargallón (Catalan), cohollo (Spanish, Castillian), dátil (Spanish, Castillian), dátil bord (fruto) (Valencian), dàtil de rabosa (Catalan), dátil de raposa (Spanish, Castillian), dátil zorrero (Spanish, Castillian), dátiles de perro (Spanish, Castillian), datils de rabosa (Valencian), escobilla (Spanish, Castillian), garballó (Catalan), garballó (Majorcan), garballonera (Majorcan), garbaó (Catalan), garbayó (Majorcan), garbó (Catalan), guaspalma (Spanish, Castillian), herba puenta (Valencian), marballó (Catalan), margalló (Catalan), margallo (Spanish, Castillian), margalló (Spanish, Castillian), margalló (Valencian), margallón (Catalan), margallón (Spanish, Castillian), margallonera (Catalan), margallonera (Valencian), margallons (Valencian), mergalló (Catalan), pa de guineu (Catalan), pa de rabosa (Catalan), palma (Catalan), palma (Spanish, Castillian), palma chiquita (Spanish, Castillian), palma d’escombres (Catalan), palma d´escombres (Catalan), palma de escobas (Spanish, Castillian), palma de palmitos (Spanish, Castillian), palma enana (Spanish, Castillian), palma hembra (Spanish, Castillian), palma macho (Spanish, Castillian), palma menor (Spanish, Castillian), palma-das-vassouras (Galician), palma-das-vassouras (Portuguese), palma-fuin (Euskera), palmeira ana (Portuguese), palmeira anâ (Portuguese), palmeira das baçoiras (Portuguese), palmeira das basouras (Portuguese), palmeira das vassoiras (Portuguese), palmeira das vassouras (Portuguese), palmeira-anâ (Galician), palmeira-anâ (Portuguese), palmeira-das-vasouras (Galician), palmeira-das-vasouras (Portuguese), palmeira-das-vassouras (Portuguese), palmeira-vassoureira (Portuguese), palmella (Catalan), palmer (Majorcan), palmera (Valencian), palmera d´escombres (Catalan), palmera enana (Spanish, Castillian), palmereta (Valencian), palmereta borda (Catalan), palmereta de monte (Catalan), palmereta de monte (Valencian), palmereta de secà (Valencian), palmerola (Catalan), palmiche (Spanish, Castillian), palmitera (Spanish, Castillian), palmito (Spanish, Castillian), palmizón (Spanish, Castillian), palmondo nano (Euskera), parma (Spanish, Castillian), pauma (Catalan), paumera (Majorcan), tamaras (Spanish, Castillian), violes de palmera (Catalan)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ag Bl Ga Hs It Li Lu Ma Sa Si Tn


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