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Details for: Rubus ulmifolius

Source: Kurtto, A. & Weber, H. E. (2009): Rubus. – In: Kurtto, A. (ed.): Rosaceae. Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
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Name: Rubus ulmifolius Schott
Nomencl. ref.: in Isis (Oken) 2: 821. 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 - Rubus L.
Heterotypic synonyms: Rubus aetneus Tornab.
Rubus albescens Boulay & Gillot
Rubus bellidiflorus Petz. & G. Kirchn.
Rubus bujedanus Sennen
Rubus castellanus Sennen
Rubus cocullotinus Evers
Rubus crispulus Gand.
Rubus discolor Weihe & Nees
Rubus gerundensis Sennen
Rubus hispanicus Willk.
Rubus legioniensis Gand.
Rubus lejeunei Lej.
Rubus longipetiolatus Sennen [non Hülsen 1899]
Rubus minutiflorus Lange [non P. J. Müll. 1859]
Rubus oculus-junonis Gand.
Rubus panormitanus Tineo
Rubus rusticanus Merc.
Rubus siculus C. Presl
Rubus simusifolius Sennen
Rubus tridentinus Evers
Rubus valentinus Pau
Rubus discolor subsp. rusticanus (Merc.) Nyman
Rubus discolor subsp. ulmifolius (Schott) Nyman, nom. illeg.
Rubus fruticosus subsp. discolor (Weihe & Nees) Syme
Rubus ulmifolius subsp. rusticanus (Merc.) Focke
Rubus villicaulis subsp. discolor (Weihe & Nees) Čelak.
Misapplied names: "Rubus inermis" sec. auct.
Common names: abarser (Catalan), abarta (Catalan), abarter (Catalan), abartra (Catalan), abarzer (Catalan), abatzer (Catalan), abatzer (Majorcan), abatzer de Sant Francesc (Majorcan), abracer (Catalan), abracer (Valencian), albarçe (Valencian), albarçer (Valencian), albarzer (Catalan), albarzer (Valencian), alberçer (Valencian), ambarzer (Valencian), amora (Asturian), amora (Spanish, Castillian), amora-brava (Galician), amora-brava (Portuguese), amoura (Asturian), amural (Spanish, Castillian), arantza (Euskera), arto (Asturian), artu (Asturian), asu (Euskera), asu arantza (Euskera), asuarr (Euskera), azuarr (Euskera), barceles (Valencian), barda (Asturian), barda (Spanish, Castillian), bardal (Spanish, Castillian), barder (Catalan), barder/barders (Catalan), barders blancs (Catalan), barders de rostoll (Catalan), bardisa (Catalan), bardissa (Catalan), bardissa/bardisses (Catalan), bardo (Spanish, Castillian), bardu (Asturian), bardu montés (Asturian), barsa (Catalan), barsa (Valencian), barsera (Catalan), barses (Catalan), barsiguera (Catalan), barza (Aragonese), barza (Catalan), barza (Valencian), barzal (Catalan), barzal (Valencian), barzas (Aragonese), barzer (Catalan), barzero (Aragonese), batzer (Catalan), batzer (Majorcan), berro (Euskera), berza (High Aragonese), bracer (Majorcan), braser (Catalan), caps de barder (Catalan), charga (Aragonese), charga (High Aragonese), charguera (Aragonese), charguera (Catalan), charguera (High Aragonese), charguera (Valencian), charra (Catalan), charra (Valencian), elorri larr (Euskera), endratxa (Euskera), esbarcer (Valencian), esbardu (Asturian), esbartzer (Valencian), esbarzer (Catalan), esbarzer (Valencian), esbarzer comú (Catalan), esbarzer de móres (Catalan), esbarzera (Catalan), esberser (Catalan), escayos (Asturian), escayu (Asturian), escayu (Spanish, Castillian), escayu negral (Asturian), escoba de peña (Asturian), esilarraga (Euskera), espárragos de las zarzas (Spanish, Castillian), espinu (Asturian), gaparr (Euskera), gromo (Galician), kaparrarrte (Euskera), kehela (Euskera), laharr (Euskera), laparr (Euskera), lar (Euskera), larr (Euskera), larr xistaco (Euskera), larre-martzuka (Euskera), lartza (Euskera), larza (Euskera), margu (Euskera), marguzi (Euskera), marthotx (Euskera), martotx (Euskera), martxotxa (Euskera), martzoka (Euskera), masura (Aragonese), masura (High Aragonese), mora (Catalan), móra (Catalan), mòra (Catalan), mora (Spanish, Castillian), mora migueleña (Spanish, Castillian), mora morronera (Spanish, Castillian), mora perrunera (Spanish, Castillian), mora sanmigueleña (Spanish, Castillian), moral (Asturian), moral (Spanish, Castillian), moras (Aragonese), moras de silva (Galician), moreira (Asturian), morellera (Catalan), morera (Aragonese), morera (Catalan), morera (High Aragonese), morera salvatge (Catalan), móres (Catalan), mòres (Catalan), morianga (Spanish, Castillian), morilla (Catalan), morillera (Catalan), nar (Euskera), narr (Euskera), parvilla (Spanish, Castillian), raja (Spanish, Castillian), roguemer (Catalan), romaguer (Majorcan), romaguera (Catalan), romaguera (Valencian), romeguer (Catalan), romeguera (Catalan), romeguera (Valencian), romeguera de pastor (Catalan), romeguera/romegueres (Catalan), romiguer (Catalan), romiguera (Catalan), romiguera (Valencian), roser de pastor (Catalan), sangüeza (Spanish, Castillian), sarça (Galician), sarça (Portuguese), sarments del dimoni (Catalan), sarsa (Catalan), sarsa (Valencian), sarsal (Valencian), sarsal de montes (Valencian), sarsal de móres (Valencian), sarso (Valencian), sarza (Spanish, Castillian), sasi (Euskera), sasia (Euskera), silva (Asturian), silva (Galician), silva (Portuguese), silva de S. Francisco (Portuguese), silva de Sâo Francisco (Portuguese), silva sem espinhos (Portuguese), silvado (Galician), silvado (Portuguese), silvar (Spanish, Castillian), silveira (Galician), tarta (Euskera), uria (Spanish, Castillian), verders (Catalan), zarza (Aragonese), zarza (Asturian), zarza (Spanish, Castillian), zarza común (Spanish, Castillian), zarza de las moras (Spanish, Castillian), zarza de mora encarnada (Spanish, Castillian), zarza de mora negra (Spanish, Castillian), zarza mora (Spanish, Castillian), zarza morera (Spanish, Castillian), zarzal (Spanish, Castillian), zarzales (Spanish, Castillian), zarzamora (Aragonese), zarzamora (Spanish, Castillian), zarza-mora (Spanish, Castillian), zarzamora de monte (Spanish, Castillian), zarzamoras (Aragonese), zarzamoras (Spanish, Castillian), zarzamorra (Catalan), zarzamorra (Valencian), zarzas (Aragonese), zarzas (Spanish, Castillian), zarzas de moras (Spanish, Castillian), zarzú (Euskera), zearrnarra (Euskera), αγριόβατος (Greek), αρκόβατος (Greek), βαβάτσινα (Greek), βαδκιά (Greek), βάτος (Greek), βατσινιά (Greek), βράμος (Greek), μοραντζίδα (Greek)[Credits]
Maps: distribution
Occurrence: Ag -Al ?Au dAz(C F G J L M P S T) Be(B L) BH Bl(I M N) Br dCa(C G H P T) Co -Cr -Cs Ct Ga(C F) Ge Hb(E N) He Ho Hs(A S) It -Le ?Li Lu Ma dMd(D M P) Mk Sa Si(M S) -Sk Sl -Sr Tn -Tu(E) -Uk [Da]

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