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Details for: Prunus cerasus

Source: Kurtto, A. (2009): Rosaceae (pro parte majore). In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Prunus cerasus L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 474. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Rosales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Rosaceae
                                   Genus - Prunus L.
Homotypic synonyms: Cerasus vulgaris Mill.
Heterotypic synonyms: Cerasus acida (Ehrh.) Borkh.
Cerasus austera (L.) Borkh.
Cerasus collina Lej. & Courtois
Prunus acida Ehrh.
Prunus caproniana (L.) Gaudin
Cerasus avium subsp. acida (Ehrh.) Bonnier & Layens
Cerasus vulgaris subsp. acida (Ehrh.) Buia
Prunus cerasus subsp. acida (Ehrh.) Schübl. & G. Martens
Common names: cerdeira (Galician), cerecera (Aragonese), cerecera (Spanish, Castillian), cereixeira (Galician), cereixeiro (Galician), cerejeira (Portuguese), cereza guinda (Asturian), cerezal (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo (Aragonese), cerezo (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo ácido (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo borde (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo bravío (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo común (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo de los pájaros (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo de monte (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo de todos los santos (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo guindal (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo mollar (Spanish, Castillian), cerezo silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), cerider (Catalan), cirer (Catalan), cirer bord (Catalan), cirer de bosc (Catalan), cirerer (Catalan), cirerer (Majorcan), ciresera de rafal (Aragonese), ciresera de rafal (Catalan), ciruelo silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), garrafal (Spanish, Castillian), gereciya (Euskera), gereziondo (Euskera), gerezi-ondo (Euskera), ginda (Euskera), ginda-ondoa (Euskera), gindondoa (Euskera), ginga (Euskera), gingeira (Portuguese), gingondo (Euskera), gingondoa (Euskera), ginja (Portuguese), ginja-galega (Portuguese), ginjeira (Portuguese), ginjeira brava (Portuguese), ginjeira-das-ginjas-de-folha (Portuguese), ginjeira-das-ginjas-galegas (Galician), ginjeira-das-ginjas-galegas (Portuguese), ginjeira-galega (Portuguese), ginjeiro (Portuguese), guinda (Asturian), guinda (Catalan), guinda (Galician), guinda (Spanish, Castillian), guindal (Asturian), guindal (Galician), guindal (Spanish, Castillian), guindaleira (Galician), guindar (Asturian), guindas (fruto) (Spanish, Castillian), guindeira (Asturian), guindeira (Galician), guindeiro (Galician), guindeleira (Galician), guinder (Catalan), guinder (Majorcan), guindera (Aragonese), guindero (Aragonese), guindero (High Aragonese), guindero (Spanish, Castillian), guindo (Galician), guindo (Spanish, Castillian), guindo común (Spanish, Castillian), guindo comunero (Spanish, Castillian), guindo garrafal (Spanish, Castillian), guindo griego (Spanish, Castillian), guindo silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), guindo zorrero (Spanish, Castillian), guindondoa (Euskera), guinjeira (Portuguese), keixondo (Euskera), kerexa (Euskera), maroviña (Galician), montesina (Asturian), montesina (Spanish, Castillian), sirer (Valencian), xinxeira (Galician), zirerera de rafal (High Aragonese), ziresera de rafal (Aragonese), κερασιά (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
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