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Details for: Malus pumila

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: Malus pumila Mill.
Nomencl. ref.: Gard. Dict., ed. 8: Malus no. 3. 1768
Homonym(s): Malus pumila Grossh. (1934)
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Rosales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Rosaceae
                                   Genus - Malus Mill.
                                       
Replaced synonym: Pyrus malus var. paradisiaca L.
Homotypic synonyms: Malus paradisiaca (L.) Medik., nom. illeg.
Pyrenia malus (L.) Clairv.
Pyrus paradisiaca (L.) Steud.
Pyrus pumila (Mill.) Steud.
Sorbus malus (L.) Crantz
Malus domestica subsp. pumila (Mill.) Likhonos, nom. illeg.
Malus sylvestris subsp. paradisiaca (L.) Soó
Pyrus malus subsp. paradisiaca (L.) Schübl. & G. Martens
Pyrus malus var. paradisiaca L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Malus dioica (Moench) Medik.
Malus domestica Borkh., nom. illeg.
Malus frutescens (Münchh.) Medik.
Malus sativa (DC.) Holandre
Malus sieversii (Ledeb.) M. Roem.
Malus sylvestris Moench. [non (L.) Mill. 1768]
Pyrus cavillea (L.) Steud.
Pyrus dioica Moench
Pyrus epirotica (L.) Steud.
Pyrus prasomila (L.) Steud.
Pyrus sieversii Ledeb.
Pyrus sylvestris Gray, nom. illeg.
Malus communis subsp. mitis (Wallr.) Dippel
Malus sylvestris subsp. mitis (Wallr.) Mansf.
Pyrus malus subsp. hortensis Cout., nom. illeg.
Pyrus malus subsp. mitis (Wallr.) Syme
 
Common names: basate (Euskera), boulleiro (Galician), camosa (Catalan), camosina (Catalan), camuesa (Spanish, Castillian), camueso (Spanish, Castillian), carozal (Spanish, Castillian), caruceiro (Galician), carueza (Spanish, Castillian), caruezo (Galician), carveza (Spanish, Castillian), guezagozoa (Euskera), maçã (Portuguese), maçâa ordinaria (Portuguese), maçana (Catalan), maçaneira (Portuguese), maçaner (Catalan), maçanera (Catalan), maçanzeira (Portuguese), maceira (Galician), maceira (Portuguese), maceiro (Asturian), macieira (Galician), macieira (Portuguese), macieira brava (Portuguese), macieira cultivada (Portuguese), maciñeira (Galician), macira (Galician), maguillo (Spanish, Castillian), maíllo (Spanish, Castillian), mailo (Spanish, Castillian), mançanera (Valencian), mancieira (Galician), manguito (Spanish, Castillian), mansanera (Aragonese), mansanera (Valencian), manzana (Asturian), manzana (Spanish, Castillian), manzana brava (Spanish, Castillian), manzana carapanón (Asturian), manzana chapla (Asturian), manzana de Villaviciosa (Asturian), manzana de dulcina (Asturian), manzana de limón (Asturian), manzana de mosca (Asturian), manzana de panera (Asturian), manzana de perico (Asturian), manzana de Pero Mingán (Asturian), manzana de pumarón (Asturian), manzana de sucu (Asturian), manzana de toru (Asturian), manzana del argayu (Asturian), manzana del mingán (Asturian), manzana marranera (Spanish, Castillian), manzana mingana (Asturian), manzana mingón (Asturian), manzana pardina (Asturian), manzana picuxa (Asturian), manzana pixaperru (Asturian), manzana raineta (Asturian), manzana raineta blanca (Asturian), manzana raineta negra (Asturian), manzana raineta parda (Asturian), manzana rallacón (Asturian), manzana raneta (Asturian), manzana raneta blanca (Asturian), manzana raneta negra (Asturian), manzana raneta parda (Asturian), manzana rosalina (Asturian), manzanal (Asturian), manzanal (Spanish, Castillian), manzanal montisco (Spanish, Castillian), manzanar (Asturian), manzanas de Juan Santa (Spanish, Castillian), manzanas de la Reina (Spanish, Castillian), manzanceira (Galician), manzaneira (Galician), manzanera (Aragonese), manzanera (High Aragonese), manzanera (Spanish, Castillian), manzano (Asturian), manzano (Spanish, Castillian), manzano bravo (Spanish, Castillian), manzano sanjuanero (Spanish, Castillian), manzañonera (Aragonese), maquillo (Spanish, Castillian), mazá (Asturian), mazá (Galician), mazaeiro (Galician), mazaieiro (Galician), mazaira (Galician), mazairo (Galician), mazán (Galician), mazana (Asturian), mazana (Spanish, Castillian), mazanal (Asturian), mazanceira (Galician), mazanceiro (Galician), mazaneira (Galician), mazaneira (Portuguese), mazanera (Aragonese), mazanera (High Aragonese), peral Luiso (Spanish, Castillian), peral Ruiso (Spanish, Castillian), perero (Spanish, Castillian), pero (Spanish, Castillian), pero nano (Spanish, Castillian), perón (Spanish, Castillian), peronano (Spanish, Castillian), peros blancos (Spanish, Castillian), peros sanjuaneros (Spanish, Castillian), poma (Catalan), poma (Valencian), poma de Santa Maria (Catalan), poma del ciri (Catalan), poma llistada (Catalan), poma reineta (Catalan), poma/pomes (Catalan), pomar (Asturian), pomer (Catalan), pomer (Majorcan), pomer (Valencian), pomera (Aragonese), pomera (Catalan), pomera (High Aragonese), pomera (Majorcan), pomera (Spanish, Castillian), pomera (Valencian), pomera borda (Catalan), pomeres (Catalan), pomes (Catalan), pomes-nesples (Catalan), pumar (Asturian), pumar (Spanish, Castillian), pumar montés (Asturian), pumareiro (Galician), pumariño (Galician), reineta (Spanish, Castillian), sagarr (Euskera), sagarra (Euskera), sagarrondo (Euskera), sagarrondoa (Euskera), sagarr-orpo (Euskera), sagarrorpoa (Euskera), sagarrtze (Euskera), tempranilla (Spanish, Castillian), verde doncella (Spanish, Castillian), αγριομηλιά (Greek), Μηλιά (Greek), Μπερτσά (Greek), Ξινομηλιά (Greek)[Credits]
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