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Details for: Polycnemum arvense

Source: Uotila, P. (2011): Chenopodiaceae (pro parte majore). – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Polycnemum arvense L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 35. 1753
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Caryophyllanae
                         Ordo - Caryophyllales
                              Familia - Chenopodiaceae Vent.
                                   Genus - Polycnemum L.
Synonyms: Polycnemum minus J. Lloyd
Polycnemum arvense subsp. minus (Döll) Briq., des. inval.
Common names: Petit Polycnème (French), Polycnème des champs (French), Acker-Knorpelkraut (German), amarantillo espinoso (Spanish, Castillian), broskört (Swedish), Canforata selvatica (Italian), chrumkavec roľný (Slovak), chruplavník rolní (Czech), Chrząstkowiec polny (Polish), Chrząstkowiec pospolity (Polish), dirvinė nariuotė (Lithuanian), herba pinera (Catalan), herba pinera (Valencian), Közönséges torzon (Hungarian), Njivni hrustančevec (Slovene), otarustoruoho (Finnish), poljska jelica (Croat), Polycnème des champs (French), tīruma poliknēma (Latvian), xpyпляк меньший (Russian), Πολύκνημον το αρουραίον (Greek), Полска хрупенка (Bulgarian), Скырцийтоаре де-кымп (Moldovian), шилолист полевой (Russian)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Al Ar Au(A) Be(B) Bu By Co Cs Ct Ga(F) Ge Gg Gr He Hs(S) Hu It Lt Lu Mk Mo Po Rf(C CS E K S) Rm Sa Si(S) Sk Sl Tu(A E) Uk(K U) [La Lt]

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