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Details for: Juniperus oxycedrus

Source: Raab-Straube, E. von (2014): Gymnospermae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Juniperus oxycedrus L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 1038. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Pinopsida Burnett
                    Subclassis - Pinidae Cronquist & al.
                         Ordo - Cupressales Link
                              Familia - Cupressaceae Gray
                                   Genus - Juniperus L.
Homotypic synonyms: Juniperus rufescens Link, nom. illeg.
Juniperus oxycedrus subsp. rufescens Debeaux
Included taxa: Juniperus oxycedrus L. subsp. oxycedrus
Juniperus oxycedrus subsp. badia (H. Gay) Debeaux
Juniperus oxycedrus subsp. macrocarpa (Sm.) Ball
Juniperus oxycedrus subsp. transtagana Franco
Common names: עַרְעָר אַרְזִי (Israel (Hebrew)), alerce español (Spanish, Castillian), ayaga (Aragonese), azotacristos (Aragonese), azotacristos (High Aragonese), bolas (gálbula) (Aragonese), boletas (gálbula) (Aragonese), broja (Spanish, Castillian), buto (Spanish, Castillian), cada (Spanish, Castillian), cadach (Catalan), cade (Spanish, Castillian), cade (Valencian), càdec (Catalan), cádec (Majorcan), càdec (Valencian), carrasco (Spanish, Castillian), cedro (Spanish, Castillian), cedro d´Hespanha (Portuguese), cedro de España (Spanish, Castillian), cedro de Espanha (Portuguese), cedro-de-espanha (Portuguese), chaparro (Spanish, Castillian), chenebro (Aragonese), chinebre (Aragonese), chinebre (High Aragonese), chinebrero (Aragonese), chinebro (Aragonese), chinebro (Catalan), chinebro (High Aragonese), chinebro (Valencian), chinepro (Aragonese), chinestra (High Aragonese), chinibro (Aragonese), chinibro (High Aragonese), chinipro (Aragonese), chinipro (High Aragonese), cimbrio (Spanish, Castillian), cimbro (Spanish, Castillian), elebro (Spanish, Castillian), enebrina (Spanish, Castillian), enebro (Aragonese), enebro (High Aragonese), enebro (Spanish, Castillian), enebro albar (Spanish, Castillian), enebro de la miera (Spanish, Castillian), enebro de la miera broja (Spanish, Castillian), enebro de miera (Spanish, Castillian), enebro mayor (Spanish, Castillian), enebro mayor con fruto rojo (Spanish, Castillian), enebro menor (Spanish, Castillian), enebro negral (Spanish, Castillian), enebro rojo (Spanish, Castillian), enebros (Spanish, Castillian), enhambri (Spanish, Castillian), enhembri (Spanish, Castillian), gallifos de ginebre (gálbula) (Valencian), gambilla (gálbula) (Spanish, Castillian), gargulls (gálbula) (Valencian), gayubas (gálbula) (Spanish, Castillian), genebre (Catalan), Genevrier cade (French), genibró (Majorcan), ginebra (Catalan), ginebra (Valencian), ginebre (Catalan), ginebre (Majorcan), ginebre (Valencian), ginebre femella (Catalan), ginebre roig (Valencian), ginebre rojal (Valencian), ginebrer (Catalan), ginebrera (Catalan), ginebrissa (Majorcan), ginebro (Aragonese), ginebro (Catalan), ginebró (Catalan), ginebro (Majorcan), ginebró (Majorcan), ginebro (Spanish, Castillian), ginebró (Valencian), ginebró/ginebrons (Catalan), ginebrons (Catalan), ginebróns (Catalan), hego-ipuru (Euskera), hego-ipurua (Euskera), hego-orre (Euskera), hego-orrea (Euskera), inebro (Aragonese), inebro (High Aragonese), inebro (Spanish, Castillian), inebro (Valencian), inebro masclo (Valencian), inebro vero (Valencian), ipurua (Euskera), jabino (Spanish, Castillian), jimbro (Spanish, Castillian), junípero (Spanish, Castillian), Katran ardici (Turkish), llirons (gálbula) (Aragonese), lulos (gálbula) (Aragonese), miera (Spanish, Castillian), nebrina (Valencian), nebro (Spanish, Castillian), nebros (Spanish, Castillian), nerbo (Aragonese), nerbo (Spanish, Castillian), nervo (Spanish, Castillian), nieblo (Spanish, Castillian), oxicedre (Catalan), oxicedro (Portuguese), oxicedro (Spanish, Castillian), oxicedro de monte (Spanish, Castillian), Oxycedre (French), oxycedro (Portuguese), pilotetes de ginebre (gálbula) (Valencian), sabina (Spanish, Castillian), sabino (Spanish, Castillian), simbro (Portuguese), tejo (Spanish, Castillian), xinebre (Aragonese), xinebre (High Aragonese), xinebro (Aragonese), xinebro (High Aragonese), xinebro (Spanish, Castillian), zimbreira (Portuguese), zimbro (Portuguese), zimbro-bravo (Portuguese), zimbro-galego (Portuguese), zimbro-molar (Portuguese), zimbro-oxicedro (Portuguese), Άγρια φίδα (Greek), Αγριόκεδρο (Greek), Αγριοφίδα (Greek), Αοραδκιά (Greek), Αόρατος (Greek), Άρκευθο (Greek), Κέδρο (Greek), κέδρος (Greek), Κέθρο (Greek), Κέντρος (Greek), Κεντροφίδα (Greek), κόϊνος (Greek), Ρόκιο (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
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