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Details for: Syringa vulgaris


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

Name: Syringa vulgaris L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 9. 1753
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Lamiales
                              Familia - Oleaceae Hoffmanns. & Link
                                   Genus - Syringa L.
                                       
Homotypic synonyms: Lilac vulgaris (L.) Lam.
Liliacum vulgare (L.) Renault
Heterotypic synonyms: Lilac caerulea (Jonst.) Lunell
Lilac cordatifolia Gilib., des. inval.
Lilac suaveolens Gilib., des. inval.
Liliacum album (Weston) Renault
Syringa alba (Weston) A. Dietr. ex Dippel
Syringa albiflora Opiz
Syringa amoena K. Koch
Syringa bicolor K. Koch
Syringa caerulea Jonst.
Syringa carlsruhensis K. Koch
Syringa cordifolia Stokes
Syringa latifolia Salisb.
Syringa lilac Garsault
Syringa marliensis K. Koch
Syringa nigricans K. Koch
Syringa notgeri K. Koch
Syringa philemon K. Koch
Syringa rhodopea Velen.
Syringa versaliensis K. Koch
Syringa virginalis K. Koch
Lilac vulgaris var. alba (Weston) Jacques & Hérincq
Lilac vulgaris var. purpurea (Weston) Jacques & Hérincq
Lilac vulgaris var. violacea (Sol.) Jacques & Hérincq
Syringa cordifolia var. alba Stokes
Syringa cordifolia var. caerulescens Stokes
Syringa cordifolia var. purpurascens Stokes
Syringa vulgaris var. alba Sol.
Syringa vulgaris var. alba Weston
Syringa vulgaris var. caerulea Weston
Syringa vulgaris var. lilacina Sweet
Syringa vulgaris var. macrantha Borbás
Syringa vulgaris var. pulchella Velen.
Syringa vulgaris var. purpurea Weston
Syringa vulgaris var. rubra Loudon
Syringa vulgaris var. transsilvanica Schur
Syringa vulgaris var. violacea Sol.
Syringa vulgaris f. albipleniflora S. D. Zhao
 
Common names: amañilili (Euskera), amatxi-lili (Euskera), arbre de sant Josep (Catalan), arbre de Sant Josep (Majorcan), arbret de San Joseph (Catalan), chiringa (Spanish, Castillian), cilindra (Spanish, Castillian), cinamomo (Galician), cinamomo (Spanish, Castillian), ferimomero (Aragonese), ferimomo (Aragonese), flló de amor (Aragonese), jerimomo (Aragonese), josepet (Catalan), lila (Catalan), lilá (Catalan), lilà (Catalan), lila (Spanish, Castillian), lila común (Spanish, Castillian), lilac (Catalan), lilac (Galician), lilac (Majorcan), lilal (Spanish, Castillian), lilar (Spanish, Castillian), lilas (Aragonese), lilas (Portuguese), lilás (Portuguese), lilas (Spanish, Castillian), lilaz (Portuguese), lilaz branco (Portuguese), lilaz roxo (Portuguese), lilazeiro (Portuguese), lilero (Spanish, Castillian), lilo (Spanish, Castillian), liloilera (Aragonese), marimomos (Aragonese), paciencia (Catalan), seringa ceruela (Galician), sinamomo (Valencian), sirimomo (Valencian), sirimomo bort (Valencian), uriz mota bat (Euskera), zirimomo (Aragonese)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Al Bu Gr Ju Rm [Au Be Br Cz Ga Ge Hb He Hu It Uk(K)]


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