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Details for: Pyrus cordata

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: Pyrus cordata Desv.
Nomencl. ref.: Observ. Pl. Angers: 152. 1818
Rank: Species
Taxonomy (this taxon is included in): Regnum - Plantae
     Divisio - Tracheophyta
          Subdivisio - Spermatophytina
               Class - Magnoliopsida
                    Superordo - Rosanae
                         Ordo - Rosales Bercht. & J. Presl
                              Familia - Rosaceae
                                   Genus - Pyrus L.
Homotypic synonyms: Pyrus communis subsp. cordata (Desv.) P. Fourn.
Heterotypic synonyms: Pyrus gharbiana Trab.
Pyrus longipes Wenz.
Pyrus communis subsp. gharbiana (Trab.) Maire
Pyrus communis subsp. longipes (Wenz.) Maire
Common names: astamadaria (Euskera), atxerea (Euskera), atxereondoa (Euskera), avugo (Spanish, Castillian), avuguero (Spanish, Castillian), basandaria (Euskera), cagotes (Galician), carupero (Spanish, Castillian), escalheiro (Portuguese), escalheiro manso (Portuguese), escambrão (Portuguese), escambroeiro (Portuguese), escambrueiro (Portuguese), escanheiro (Portuguese), espiñeiro (Galician), espinheiro (Portuguese), espino (Asturian), espiño (Galician), espino negral (Spanish, Castillian), espinu (Asturian), espinu hembra (Asturian), estripeiro (Galician), estripio (Galician), estripo (Galician), estripo de injertos (Galician), estripo manso (Galician), makatza (Euskera), pera montisca (Asturian), peral (Spanish, Castillian), peral montés (Asturian), peral montiscu (Asturian), peral silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), peras cagotes (Galician), pereira brava (Galician), pereira-brava (Portuguese), peretas (Spanish, Castillian), peretero (Spanish, Castillian), pericos (Portuguese), perifollos (Galician), perilloteiro manso (Galician), perillotes (Galician), periño (Galician), periqueiro (Portuguese), perojal (Spanish, Castillian), perojos (Spanish, Castillian), perotes (Galician), perucho (Galician), peruchos (Asturian), peruco (Spanish, Castillian), perucos (Spanish, Castillian), perujal (Spanish, Castillian), perujonal (Spanish, Castillian), perujos (Spanish, Castillian), peruya (Asturian), peruyal (Asturian), peruyal (Galician), peruyes (Asturian), peruyina montés (Asturian), pireiro bravo (Galician), piruétano (Spanish, Castillian), sorbital (Spanish, Castillian), sorbitos (Spanish, Castillian), udareondo basatia (Euskera), udareondo-basatia (Euskera), Απιδέα η καρδιόφυλλος (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ag dBr Ga Hs(S) It Lu Ma

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