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Occurrence details for: Suaeda altissima

Source: Uotila, P. (2011): Chenopodiaceae (pro parte majore). – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.

Name: Suaeda altissima (L.) Pall.
Nomencl. ref.: Ill. Pl.: 49. 1803
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Occurrence:
CodeRegionStatusSource
Ab Azerbaijan native Calculated
Ab(A) Azerbaijan native Reference
Ab(N) Nakhichevan native Reference
Ar Armenia native Reference
Bu Bulgaria native Reference
Bu Bulgaria native Reference
Eg Egypt native Reference
Es Estonia introduced Reference
Fe Finland with Ahvenanmaa introduced: adventitious (casual) Reference
Gg Georgia native Reference
Gr Greece native Reference
Hs Spain native Reference
Hs Spain native Calculated
Hs(S) Spain native Reference
IJ Israel-Jordan native: reported in error Reference
IJ Israel-Jordan native Calculated
Ir Israel native Reference
LS Lebanon-Syria native Reference
LS Lebanon-Syria native Calculated
Lt Lithuania introduced: adventitious (casual) Reference
Mo Moldova native Reference
Rf The Russian Federation native Calculated
Rf(C) Central European Russia introduced Reference
Rf(C) Central European Russia introduced: adventitious (casual) Reference
Rf(CS) North Caucasus native Reference
Rf(E) Eastern European Russia introduced Reference
Rf(S) South European Russia native Reference
Sn Sinai native Reference
Su Sweden introduced: adventitious (casual) Reference
Sy Syria native Reference
Tcs Transcaucasia (Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia) native Calculated
Tu Turkey native Calculated
Tu(A) Asiatic Turkey native Reference
Uk Ukraine native Reference
Uk Ukraine native Calculated
Uk(K) Crimea native Reference
Uk(K) Crimea native Reference
Uk(U) Ukraine native Reference


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