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Details for: Lepidium sativum

Source: Marhold, K. (2011): Brassicaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Lepidium sativum L.
Nomencl. ref.: in Linné, Sp. Pl.: 644. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Brassicales Bromhead
                              Familia - Brassicaceae Burnett
                                   Genus - Lepidium L.
Synonyms: Nasturtium crispum Medik.
Included taxa: Lepidium sativum L. subsp. sativum
Lepidium sativum subsp. spinescens (DC.) Thell.
Common names: agriâo-mouro (Galician), agriâo-mouro (Portuguese), agrión dos prados (Galician), ansiamet de caputxí (Catalan), baatze krexua (Euskera), beatze krexu (Euskera), bumincá (Euskera), buminka (Euskera), cardamina (Galician), Dārza cietķērsa (Latvian), Dārza kressalāti (Latvian), enciament de caputxí (Catalan), enciamet de caputxí (Catalan), herba do esforzo (Galician), herba do esforzo (Portuguese), herba-do-esforzo (Portuguese), herva pimenteira (Portuguese), Kресс-салат (Russian), malpica (Spanish, Castillian), marrisà (Catalan), marrissà (Catalan), mastruço (Galician), mastruço (Portuguese), mastruço hortense (Portuguese), mastruço ordinario (Portuguese), mastruço-ordinário (Portuguese), mastuerzo (Aragonese), mastuerzo (Spanish, Castillian), mastuerzo de huerta (Spanish, Castillian), mastuerzo hortense (Spanish, Castillian), masturço (Galician), masturço (Portuguese), mestruzo (Galician), mestuerzo (Spanish, Castillian), mesturço (Portuguese), morrisá ver (Majorcan), morrissà (Catalan), morrissá (Majorcan), morritort (Catalan), morritort (Valencian), morritort ver (Catalan), murrisá (Catalan), murrisà (Catalan), murrissà (Catalan), murrissà ver (Catalan), murritort ver (Catalan), nasitort (Catalan), nastuerzo (Spanish, Castillian), nasturço hortense (Portuguese), Salatkress (Estonian), Sėjamoji pipirnė (Lithuanian), Vәzәri bozalaq (Azerbaijan), Λεπίδιον το εδώδιμον (Greek), Клоповник посевной (Russian), Клоповник посевный (Russian), Кресс посевной (Russian), крес-салат (Russian), крес-салат (Ukraine), Посевна горуха (Bulgarian), Сквамэрицэ култиватэ (Moldovian), Хрiнниця посiвна (Ukraine)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: dAg dBu Ct dCy Eg IJ LS -Sn Tu(A) [AE Ar cAu Au(A) cAz Az(J M S T) cBe Bl(N) cBr cBu nCa(T) dCr cDa Es cFa Fe dGa(F) cGe cGr cHe cHo Hs(S) cHu dIt La Li Lt Lu Ma Md(M) Mo No cPo Rm cSa cSb cSi dSi(S) Sl cSu Tn cUk(K)]

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