Details for: Chenopodium vulvaria
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 vulvaria L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 220. 1753
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 foetidum Lam., nom. illeg.
Chenopodium olidum W. M. Curtis, nom. illeg.
 
Common names: Chénopode fétide (French), Vulvaire (French), כַּף-אֲוָז מַבְאִישָׁה (Israel (Hebrew)), abadejo podrido (Spanish, Castillian), agea hedionda (Spanish, Castillian), ajea hedionda (Spanish, Castillian), Arroche puante (French), balanda smirduolė (Lithuanian), biengranada (Spanish, Castillian), blet pudent (Catalan), blet pudent (Valencian), blets blancs (Valencian), blets pudents (Valencian), Bréanlus (Irish Gaelic), Büdös libatop (Hungarian), Cadoni pudesciu (Sardinian), cenizo (Spanish, Castillian), cenizo hediondo (Spanish, Castillian), Chénopode puant (French), dvokiančioji balanda (Lithuanian), Erba pudescia (Sardinian), Erba puzzolona (Italian), erva-fedegosa (Portuguese), Farinello puzzolente (Italian), fedegosa (Portuguese), Ficattola (Italian), hagea hedionda (Spanish, Castillian), Haisev hanemalts (Estonian), haisusavikka (Finnish), hediondilla (Spanish, Castillian), herba pudent (Catalan), herba pudenta (Majorcan), herba pudenta (Portuguese), herba pudenta (Valencian), herba sardinera (Catalan), Herbe de bouc (French), hierba sardinera (Spanish, Castillian), Komosa mierzliwa (Polish), Llysgwyn Drewllyd (Welsh), Lobodă puturoasă (Roumanian), mea perros (Spanish, Castillian), meaperros (Aragonese), meaperros (Spanish, Castillian), mea-perros (Spanish, Castillian), merlík smrdutý (Czech), mexacán (Galician), Minueri peshkqelbur (Albanian), mrlík smraďavý (Slovak), pixacà (Catalan), pixacá (Portuguese), pseća loboda (Croat), quenopodio (Spanish, Castillian), sabia (Euskera), sadinera (Catalan), sardiñeira (Galician), sardinera (Aragonese), sardinera (Catalan), sardinera (Spanish, Castillian), sardineta (Spanish, Castillian), sardinias (Portuguese), sildemelde (Norwegian), smirdošā balanda (Latvian), Smrdeča metlika (Slovene), Stinkende ganzevoet (Dutch), Stinkende Gåsefod (Danish), Stink-Gänsefuß (German), stinkmålla (Swedish), Übelriechender Gänsefuss (German), vulvaria (Catalan), vulvária (Catalan), vulvària (Catalan), vulvaria (Galician), Vulvaria (Italian), vulvaria (Portuguese), vulvária (Portuguese), vulvaria (Spanish, Castillian), yerbajo jejondo (Spanish, Castillian), yerbajo jeyondo (Spanish, Castillian), Χηνοπόδιον το αιδοίον (Greek), Ади тәрә (Azerbaijani), марь вонючая (Russian), Спанакпутурос (Moldovian), Струпейниче (Bulgarian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ab(A) AE Ag Al Ar Be(B) †Be(L) BH Bl(I M N) dBr Bu dCa(H T) Cg Co Cr Cs Ct Cy Eg dGa(C) Ga(F) Ge Gg Gr He Ho Hs(A S) Hu Ir It Jo Le Li Lu Ma Mk Mo Rf(C CS E S) Rm Sa Si(M S) Sl Sn Sr Su Sy Tn Tu(A E) Uk(K U) [nAu(A) Au(L) By aDa aEs aFe Ge aHb(E N) La Lt nMd(P) aNo nPo Rf(C K) Sk]