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Details for: Pyrus communis

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 communis L.
Nomencl. ref.: Sp. Pl.: 479. 1753
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.
Heterotypic synonyms: Crataegus excelsa Salisb., nom. illeg.
Pyrenia pyrus Clairv., nom. illeg.
Pyrus amphigenea Dostálek
Pyrus balansae Decne.
Pyrus elata Rubtzov
Pyrus sosnovskyi Fed.
Pyrus vsevolodii Heideman
Sorbus pyrus Crantz, nom. illeg.
Included taxa: Pyrus communis L. subsp. communis
Pyrus communis subsp. caucasica (Fed.) Browicz
Pyrus communis subsp. pyraster (L.) Ehrh.
Common names: atoraizas (Spanish, Castillian), cagote (Galician), catapereiro (Portuguese), ceremeña (Spanish, Castillian), cermeña (Spanish, Castillian), cermeño (Spanish, Castillian), chermen (Euskera), coruja (Spanish, Castillian), de bergamota (Spanish, Castillian), de calabacilla (Spanish, Castillian), escalheiro manso (Portuguese), escambroeiro (Galician), escambroeiro (Portuguese), esgañones (Asturian), espino (Spanish, Castillian), espiño cambrón (Galician), estirpo (Galician), estripo (Galician), fragatúa (Spanish, Castillian), gabusia (Spanish, Castillian), galaperu (Spanish, Castillian), galepero (Spanish, Castillian), guarapero (Spanish, Castillian), llimonera (Catalan), madari (Euskera), madaria (Euskera), madariga (Spanish, Castillian), madariondo (Euskera), madari-ondo (Euskera), madariya (Euskera), maradiondoa (Euskera), morquites (Asturian), mudaria (Euskera), pera (Aragonese), pera (Asturian), pera (Catalan), pêra (Portuguese), pera (Spanish, Castillian), pera blanquilla (Asturian), pera de cardo (Asturian), pera de conferencia (Asturian), pera de San Juan (Asturian), pera esgañona (Asturian), pera inverniza (Asturian), pera japonesa (Asturian), pera limonera (Asturian), pera melardina (Asturian), pera montisca (Spanish, Castillian), pera sarmenya (Catalan), peral (Aragonese), peral (Asturian), peral (Spanish, Castillian), peral de agua (Spanish, Castillian), peral de don guindo (Spanish, Castillian), peral de espadona (Spanish, Castillian), peral de invierno (Spanish, Castillian), peral de Santiago (Asturian), peral de Villamayor (Asturian), peral donguindo (Spanish, Castillian), peral granito (Spanish, Castillian), peral montés (Asturian), peral montisco (Spanish, Castillian), peral silvestre (Spanish, Castillian), peralloner (Catalan), peramanyer (Catalan), peras (Spanish, Castillian), pereira (Asturian), pereira (Galician), pereira (Portuguese), pereira brava (Portuguese), pereira cultivada (Portuguese), pereira mansa (Portuguese), pereiro (Asturian), pereiro (Galician), pereiro (Portuguese), perelló (Catalan), perelló (Spanish, Castillian), perelloner (Catalan), pereluzu de surbitu (Spanish, Castillian), peremanyer (Catalan), perer (Catalan), perera (Aragonese), perera (Catalan), perera (Majorcan), perera (Valencian), perera borda (Catalan), perera cultivada (Catalan), pereras (High Aragonese), pereres (Catalan), perero (Spanish, Castillian), peretero (Spanish, Castillian), perillos de San Juan (Spanish, Castillian), pero (Galician), pero (Spanish, Castillian), pero cautivado (Spanish, Castillian), perojal (Spanish, Castillian), perojo (Spanish, Castillian), peronero (Aragonese), peruchal (Asturian), perucho (Asturian), perucho (Spanish, Castillian), peruco (Spanish, Castillian), peruétano (Spanish, Castillian), peruétanu (Spanish, Castillian), perujal (Spanish, Castillian), perujo (Spanish, Castillian), perullal (Spanish, Castillian), perullo (Spanish, Castillian), peruya (Asturian), peruyal (Asturian), peruyeiro (Asturian), peruyina (Asturian), peruyo (Asturian), peruyo (Spanish, Castillian), pireiro (Galician), piruchal (Asturian), piruétano (Spanish, Castillian), pirujal (Spanish, Castillian), pirujo (Spanish, Castillian), piruju (Spanish, Castillian), piruxetso (Asturian), piruyal (Asturian), piruyeiro (Asturian), piruyo (Asturian), pomera borda (Catalan), sanjuaneras (Spanish, Castillian), sarmenyera (Catalan), txermena (Euskera), udare (Euskera), udarea (Euskera), udareondo (Euskera), udareondoa (Euskera), udaria (Euskera), udarondo (Euskera), udarrea (Euskera), αγριαχλαδιά (Greek), άπης (Greek), Απιδέα η κοινή (Greek), απιδιά (Greek), Αχλαδιά (Greek), Πύρος ο κοινός (Greek)[Credits]
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