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Details for: Ligustrum vulgare

Source: World Checklist of Selected Plant Families (2010), copyright © The Board of Trustees of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew.

Name: Ligustrum vulgare L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 7. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Asteranae
                         Ordo - Lamiales
                              Familia - Oleaceae Hoffmanns. & Link
                                   Genus - Ligustrum L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Ligustrum album Gueldenst. ex Ledeb.
Ligustrum angustifolium Gilib., des. inval.
Ligustrum brachystachyum Decne.
Ligustrum decipiens Gand.
Ligustrum insulare Decne.
Ligustrum insulense Decne.
Ligustrum italicum Mill.
Ligustrum lodense Glogau
Ligustrum oviforme Gand.
Ligustrum sempervirens Mazziari, des. inval.
Ligustrum vicinum Gand.
Olea humilis Salisb.
Ligustrum vulgare subsp. italicum (Mill.) Fukarek
Ligustrum vulgare var. atrovirens Hoefker
Ligustrum vulgare var. aureum Hoefker
Ligustrum vulgare var. auriflorum Hoefker
Ligustrum vulgare var. brachystachyum (Decne.) Hoefker
Ligustrum vulgare var. chlorocarpum Hoefker
Ligustrum vulgare var. glaucum Hoefker
Ligustrum vulgare var. insulense (Decne.) Hoefker
Ligustrum vulgare var. italicum (Mill.) Vahl
Ligustrum vulgare var. laurifolium Hoefker
Ligustrum vulgare var. pendulum (Carrière) Hoefker
Ligustrum vulgare var. pyramidale Hoefker
Ligustrum vulgare var. variegatum Hoefker
Ligustrum vulgare f. pendulum (Carrière) Dippel
Ligustrum vulgare unranked pendulum Carrière
Common names: abreguet (Majorcan), abusto (Spanish, Castillian), albena (Catalan), albena (Spanish, Castillian), albeña (Spanish, Castillian), albenga (Catalan), alenga (Catalan), alenya (Catalan), alfaneira (Galician), alfaneira (Portuguese), alfaneiro (Galician), alfaneiro (Portuguese), alfeheiro (Portuguese), alfena (Portuguese), alfena (Spanish, Castillian), alfeña (Spanish, Castillian), alfeneiro (Galician), alfeneiro (Portuguese), alfenheiro (Galician), alfenheiro (Portuguese), alfeninheiro (Portuguese), alheña (Spanish, Castillian), alhenya (Catalan), aligustre (Aragonese), aligustre (Catalan), aligustre (Spanish, Castillian), alquena (Catalan), árbol de alheña (Spanish, Castillian), árbol del paraiso (Spanish, Castillian), arbustu arrunt (Euskera), arbustu arrunta (Euskera), arbustu-arrunta (Euskera), azahar silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), belchalea (Euskera), belchaliá (Majorcan), beltzale (Euskera), biñorría (Euskera), biñorriá (Majorcan), boje (Spanish, Castillian), capicuerno (Spanish, Castillian), cascafilgueiro (Portuguese), cornampuya (Asturian), cornapú (Asturian), cornapuya (Asturian), cornapuz (Spanish, Castillian), dentisco (Aragonese), dentisco (High Aragonese), fiadeira (Galician), fiafeira (Galician), fiafeira (Portuguese), fiaza (Galician), filseira (Galician), filseira (Portuguese), fusera (Galician), galiña gorda (Galician), herba dels fics (Catalan), legustio (Spanish, Castillian), legustre (Aragonese), legustre (High Aragonese), ligustro (Galician), ligustro (Portuguese), ligustro (Spanish, Castillian), ligustro germánico (Spanish, Castillian), llampuga blanca (Catalan), malamdurillo (Spanish, Castillian), malmadurillo (Spanish, Castillian), malmarudillo (Spanish, Castillian), matahombres (Spanish, Castillian), mata-hombres (Spanish, Castillian), olivastro (Spanish, Castillian), olivella (Catalan), olivella (Majorcan), olivereta (Catalan), olivereta (Valencian), palillo duro (Spanish, Castillian), pisagang (Aragonese), pisasang (Catalan), pisasang (High Aragonese), pisasang (Valencian), rotabech (Majorcan), sanguine(t) (Catalan), sanguine(t) (Valencian), sanguñera (Spanish, Castillian), sanjuanín (Asturian), sant´Antoninhas (Portuguese), santantoniñas (Galician), santantoninhas (Galician), santantoninhas (Portuguese), sebe de jardín (Spanish, Castillian), sosacusiá (Majorcan), sosakusi (Euskera), sosakusia (Euskera), tilseira (Galician), tousera (Galician), troana (Catalan), yerba de las andaderas (High Aragonese), zuhain madarikatu (Euskera)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Al Au Be Br Bu Cz Ga Ge Gr Hb He Ho Hs Hu It Lu Ma No Po Rm Su Tcs Tu(A E) Uk(K U) [Az]

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