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Details for: Crataegus germanica

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: Crataegus germanica (L.) Kuntze
Nomencl. ref.: Revis. Gen. Pl. 1: 215. 1891
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 - Crataegus L.
                                       
Basionym: Mespilus germanica L.
Homotypic synonyms: Crataegus mespilus Jess., nom. illeg.
Mespilus calicina Stokes, nom. illeg.
Mespilus communis Gueldenst., nom. illeg.
Mespilus domestica Gaterau, nom. illeg.
Mespilus germanica L.
Mespilus vulgaris Rchb., nom. illeg.
Ostinia mespilus Clairv., nom. illeg.
Pyrus germanica (L.) Hook. f.
Heterotypic synonyms: Mespilus portentosa Poit. & Turpin
Mespilus sylvestris Mill.
 
Common names: abadejal (Spanish, Castillian), abadejo (Spanish, Castillian), abalejal (Spanish, Castillian), abalejo (Spanish, Castillian), cadápano (Asturian), cadápano (Spanish, Castillian), cagampanal (Asturian), cagámpanu (Asturian), carápanu (Asturian), cardápano (Spanish, Castillian), cerveres (Majorcan), ciparal (Asturian), cíparu (Asturian), galimbastera (Aragonese), galimbastera (Spanish, Castillian), garimbasta (Spanish, Castillian), garimbastera (Aragonese), garimbastera (Spanish, Castillian), garimbastero (Aragonese), garimbastero (Spanish, Castillian), iezpolero (Aragonese), mespero (Spanish, Castillian), miézpola (Spanish, Castillian), miézpolas (fruto) (Aragonese), miezpolera (Aragonese), miezpolero (Aragonese), míspero (Spanish, Castillian), mísperos (Aragonese), mispira (Euskera), mispirondo (Euskera), míspola (Spanish, Castillian), míspolas (Aragonese), míspolas (Spanish, Castillian), mispolera (Spanish, Castillian), mispolero (Aragonese), mispolero (Spanish, Castillian), mizmira (Euskera), mizpira (Euskera), mizpira (fruto) (Euskera), mizpiraratze (Euskera), mizpiratze (Euskera), mizpirondo (Euskera), mizpirondo arrunt (Euskera), mizpirondo arrunta (Euskera), mizpola (fruto) (Aragonese), nespara (Spanish, Castillian), nespeira (Portuguese), nespeira da Europa (Galician), nespeiro (Portuguese), nêspera (Portuguese), nespera (Spanish, Castillian), néspera (Spanish, Castillian), nespereira (Galician), nespereira (Portuguese), nespereira da Europa (Portuguese), nespereira-da-Europa (Portuguese), nespereiro (Galician), nespereiro (Portuguese), nesperera (Catalan), néspero (Galician), nespero (Spanish, Castillian), ñesperu (Asturian), nespla (Catalan), nespla/nesples (Catalan), nesplas (Majorcan), nesplé (Valencian), nespler (Catalan), nespler (Majorcan), nespler (Valencian), nesplera (Catalan), nesplera (Majorcan), nesplera (Spanish, Castillian), nesplerera (Majorcan), nesples (Catalan), nésporo (Galician), nespra (Catalan), nesprer (Catalan), nesprera (Catalan), néspro (Galician), niéspera (Portuguese), niéspera (Spanish, Castillian), niespero (Spanish, Castillian), niespo (Spanish, Castillian), niespola (Spanish, Castillian), niéspola (Spanish, Castillian), niespoleros (Spanish, Castillian), niespra (Spanish, Castillian), niézpolas (fruto) (Aragonese), niezpolera (Spanish, Castillian), niezpolero (Spanish, Castillian), nisa (Spanish, Castillian), ñisal (Spanish, Castillian), niseiro (Asturian), niso (Asturian), ñiso (Spanish, Castillian), ñísparo (Spanish, Castillian), nispela (Spanish, Castillian), nisper común (Spanish, Castillian), níspera (Spanish, Castillian), nisperer (Catalan), nisperero (Spanish, Castillian), nísperero (Spanish, Castillian), níspero (Aragonese), níspero (Catalan), níspero (Portuguese), níspero (Spanish, Castillian), ñíspero (Spanish, Castillian), níspero (Valencian), níspero común (Spanish, Castillian), níspero del país (Spanish, Castillian), níspero europeo (Spanish, Castillian), níspero loco (Spanish, Castillian), níspero silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), níspola (Asturian), níspola (fruto) (Euskera), níspola (Galician), níspola (Portuguese), nispola (Spanish, Castillian), níspola (Spanish, Castillian), nispolera (Catalan), nispolera (Valencian), nispolero (Spanish, Castillian), níspolero (Spanish, Castillian), nispoleros (Aragonese), níspolo (Spanish, Castillian), nispora de canónigo (Spanish, Castillian), nispora hembra (Spanish, Castillian), nispora menor colorada (Spanish, Castillian), nispora real (Spanish, Castillian), nisporera (Catalan), nisporera (Valencian), nísporo (Spanish, Castillian), nisprer (Catalan), níxaro (Galician), nyespla (Catalan), nyespler (Catalan), nyesprer (Catalan), nyisprer (Valencian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
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