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Details for: Prunus armeniaca

Source: Kurtto, A. (2009): Rosaceae (pro parte majore). In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Prunus armeniaca L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 474. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Rosales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Rosaceae
                                   Genus - Prunus L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Armeniaca vulgaris Lam.
Common names: abercoque (Spanish, Castillian), abercoquer (Catalan), abercoquero (Spanish, Castillian), abericoque (Aragonese), abracoqué (Catalan), abracoquer (Catalan), abrecoc (Catalan), abrecoqué (Valencian), abrecoquer (Catalan), abrecroc (Catalan), abrecroquer (Catalan), abricó (Portuguese), abricoc (Catalan), abricoqué (Catalan), abricoqueiro (Portuguese), abricoquer (Catalan), abricoquero (Spanish, Castillian), abridor (Aragonese), abridor (Spanish, Castillian), abrikot (Euskera), abrikota (Euskera), abrikotondo (Euskera), abrikotondoa (Euskera), albarcoque (Spanish, Castillian), albarcoqueiro (Galician), albarcoquer (Majorcan), albaricoc del piñol doce (Catalan), albaricoc porquín (Catalan), albaricoque (Galician), albaricoque (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque albar (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque castellano (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque de cuesco dulce (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque de hortelano (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque de hueso dulce (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque de Nancy (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque de Toledo (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque de Toro (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque del Patriarca (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque liso (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque ojo blanco (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque real (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque sevillano (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoque temprano (Spanish, Castillian), albaricoqueiro (Galician), albaricoqueiro (Portuguese), albaricoquero (Spanish, Castillian), albarikokea (Euskera), albarillo (Spanish, Castillian), albarillo blanquillo (Spanish, Castillian), albarillo damasco (Spanish, Castillian), albarillo hereje (Spanish, Castillian), albecroc (Catalan), albecroquer (Catalan), alberchegueiro (Galician), albercheiro (Galician), alberchigal (Spanish, Castillian), albérchigo (Galician), albérchigo (Spanish, Castillian), alberchigua (Majorcan), alberchiguero (Spanish, Castillian), albercho (Galician), albercho (Spanish, Castillian), albercoc (Catalan), albercoque (Galician), albercoqué (Spanish, Castillian), albercoquer (Catalan), albercoquer (Majorcan), albercoquer (Valencian), albercoquero (Spanish, Castillian), alberge (Catalan), alberge (Portuguese), alberge (Spanish, Castillian), albergener (Catalan), albergero (Spanish, Castillian), alberguero (High Aragonese), albericoque (Galician), albericoqueiro (Portuguese), albericoquero (Spanish, Castillian), alberillo (Spanish, Castillian), alberiquoqueiro (Portuguese), alberje (Aragonese), alberjera (Aragonese), alberjero (Aragonese), albircoc (Valencian), albircoquer (Valencian), alboquorqueiro (Portuguese), albracoquer (Catalan), albrecoquer (Catalan), albricoque (Portuguese), albricoqueiro (Portuguese), albriquoqueiro (Portuguese), alcroque (Galician), alcroqueiro (Galician), alperce (Portuguese), alperceiro (Portuguese), alperche (Portuguese), alperche grande (Portuguese), alpercheiro (Portuguese), alperse grande (Portuguese), alvarillos (Spanish, Castillian), ambercoc (Catalan), ambercoquer (Catalan), arbeletxeko (Euskera), arbeletxekoa (Euskera), aubarcoquer (Majorcan), aubercoquer (Majorcan), benacroc (Catalan), benacroquer (Catalan), bobos (Spanish, Castillian), briska (Euskera), briskondo (Euskera), briskondoa (Euskera), cascabeliquero (Aragonese), coque (Spanish, Castillian), damasco (Galician), damasco (Portuguese), damasco (Spanish, Castillian), damasco grande (Portuguese), damasqueiro (Galician), damasqueiro (Portuguese), damasquillo (Spanish, Castillian), domas blanch (Catalan), fruta nova (Portuguese), mayero (Spanish, Castillian), moniquis (Spanish, Castillian), pavía (Spanish, Castillian), paviar (Spanish, Castillian), pavío/a (Spanish, Castillian), pescal (Asturian), piescal (Asturian), piesco/a (Spanish, Castillian), piescu (Asturian), piescu (Spanish, Castillian), prisco (Spanish, Castillian), sanjuanero (Spanish, Castillian), tonto (Spanish, Castillian), tuaxa (Euskera), tuaxatze (Euskera), βερικοκιά η Αρμενιακή (Greek)[Credits]
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