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Details for: Chenopodium suecicum


Source: Uotila, P. (2011): Chenopodiaceae (pro parte majore). – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Chenopodium suecicum Murr
Nomencl. ref.: in Magyar Bot. Lapok 1: 341. 1902
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Caryophyllanae
                         Ordo - Caryophyllales
                              Familia - Chenopodiaceae Vent.
                                   Genus - Chenopodium L.
                                       
Synonyms: Chenopodium pseudopulifolium (Scholz) Murr
Chenopodium album subsp. pseudopulifolium (Scholz) Murr
Misapplied names: "Chenopodium album subsp. viride" sec. PIGNATTI, S. - Flora d'ltalia. Edagricole, Bologna, 1982. 1: [vi], 1-790; 2: [iv], 1-732; 3: [iv], 1-780.
"Chenopodium viride" sec. COSTE, H., P. JOVET, R. DE VILMORIN & M. KERGUÉLEN - 11. - Flore descriptive et illustrée de la France. Suppléments. Albert Blanchard, Paris, 1985-.. 6: [I]-XVIII, [iv], [591]-[746]. 1985-...
"Chenopodium viride" sec. COUTINHO, A. X. P. - Flora de Portugal (ed. 2/R. T. PALHINHA). Bertrand, Lisboa, 1939. [1]-938.
"Chenopodium viride" sec. FIORI, A. - Nuova flora analitica d'ltalia (ed. 2). S.n., Firenze, 1923-1929. 1/1: [1]-160. 1923 (mars); 1/2: 161-320. 1923 (juil.); 1/3: 321-480. 1923 (déc.); 1/4: 481-640. 1924 (mai), 1/5: 641-800. 1924 (nov.); 1/6: 801-944, [I]-[VIII]. 1925 (mars); 2/1: [1]-160. 1925 (juil.); 2/2: 161-320. 1926 (janv.); 2/3: 321-480. 1926 (juil.); 2/4: 481-640. 1927 (fév.); (... -> notes)
"Chenopodium viride" sec. HAYEK, A. - Prodromus florae peninsulae Balcanicae. Dahlem bei Berlin, 1924-1928. Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. Beih. 30/1-3. 1/1: [I]-[VIII], 1-160. 1924 (1 avril); 1/2: 161-352. 1924 (25 août); 1/3: 353-512. 1925 (15 fév.); 1/4: 513-672. 1925 (15 déc.); 1/5-6: 673-960. 1926 (15 oct.); 1/7-8: 961-1193. 1927 (30 juin); 2/1: 1-96. 1928 (24 nov.).
"Chenopodium viride" sec. MAIRE, R. & al. - Flore de l'Afrique du Nord. Lechevalier, Paris, 1952-... 1: [1]-366. 1952; 2: [1]-374. 1953; 3: [1]-399. 1955; 4: [1]-333. 1957; 5: [1]-307. 1958; 6: [1]-374. 1960; 7: [1]-329. 1961; 8: [1]-303. 1962; 9: [1]-300. 1963; 10: [1]-336. 1963; 11: [1]-335. 1964; 12: [1]-407. 1965; 13: [1]-365. 1967; 14: [1]-397. "1976" [1977]; 15: [1]-309. 1980; 16: [1]-302. 1987-...
"Chenopodium viride" sec. RECHINGER, K. H. - Flora Aegaea. Springer, Wien, 1943. Akad. Wiss. Wien, Math.-Naturwiss. Kl., Denkschr. 105/1: [I]-XX, 1-924, 25 tab.
"Chenopodium viride" sec. WILLKOMM, H. M. & J. M. C. LANGE - Prodromus florae hispanicae. E. Schweizerbart (E. Koch), Stuttgartiae, 1861-1880. 1/1: [I]-VIII, 1-192. 1861; 1/2: [IX]-XXX, 193-316. 1862 [janv.-mars); 2/1: 1-272. 1865 (déc.); 2/2: 273-480. 1868 (janv.-sept.); 2/3: 481-680. 1870 (janv.-juil.); 3/1: 1-240. 1874 (juil.); 3/2: 241-512. 1877 (janv.-mars); 3/3: 513-736. 1878 (janv.-oct.); (... -> notes)
 
Common names: Chénopode de Suède (French), Blonagán Lochlannach (Irish Gaelic), Grüner Gänsefuß (German), Komosa zielona (Polish), merlík švédský (Czech), mrlík švédsky (Slovak), pohjanjauhosavikka (Finnish), Roheline hanemalts (Estonian), Svensk Gåsefod (Danish), svenskmålla (Swedish), svenskmelde (Norwegian), zaļā balanda (Latvian), žalioji balanda (Lithuanian), zelena loboda (Croat), Zöld libatop (Hungarian), марь зеленая (Russian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Au(A) ?Au(L) Br By Cs Ct Da Es Fe Ge ?Gr He Ho ?Hs ?Hu dIt La Lt ?Lu Mo No Po Rf(C E K N NW) ?Rm -Si(M) Sl Su ?Tu(A E) dUk(U) [nBr aGa aHb(E N) aIs nPo Si(M) nSk]


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