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Occurrence details for: Populus carolinensis

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

Name: Populus carolinensis Moench
Nomencl. ref.: Verz. Ausländ. Bäume: 81. 1785 (Oct.)
Rank: Species
Status: ACCEPTED
Occurrence:
CodeRegionStatusSource
Ab Azerbaijan cultivated Calculated
Ab(A) Azerbaijan cultivated Reference
Ar Armenia cultivated Reference
Au Austria with Liechtenstein cultivated Reference
Au(A) Austria introduced: adventitious (casual) Reference
Az Azores cultivated Reference
Az Azores introduced: adventitious (casual) Calculated
Az(S) Santa Maria introduced: adventitious (casual) Reference
Be Belgium with Luxembourg cultivated Reference
Br Great Britain cultivated Reference
Bu Bulgaria cultivated Reference
Ct Croatia cultivated Reference
Es Estonia introduced Reference
Es Estonia introduced Reference
Ga France cultivated Reference
Ge Germany cultivated Reference
Ho Netherlands cultivated Reference
Hs Spain cultivated Reference
Hu Hungary cultivated Reference
It Italy cultivated Reference
Ju Former Jugoslavia cultivated Reference
Ju Former Jugoslavia cultivated Calculated
La Latvia introduced: adventitious (casual) Reference
Lt Lithuania cultivated Reference
Lu Portugal cultivated Reference
Mo Moldova cultivated Reference
Rf The Russian Federation cultivated Reference
Si(S) Sicily introduced: adventitious (casual) Reference
Sk Slovakia cultivated Reference
Tcs Transcaucasia (Azerbaijan, Armenia, and Georgia) cultivated Calculated
Uk Ukraine cultivated Reference


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