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Details for: Cydonia oblonga

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: Cydonia oblonga Mill.
Nomencl. ref.: Gard. Dict., ed. 8: Cydonia no. 1. 1768
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 - Cydonia Mill.
Replaced synonym: Pyrus cydonia L.
Homotypic synonyms: Pyrus cydonia L.
Pyrus oblonga (Mill.) Du Roi
Heterotypic synonyms: Crataegus serotina Salisb., nom. illeg.
Cydonia communis Loisel., nom. illeg.
Cydonia europaea Savi
Cydonia lusitanica Mill.
Cydonia maliformis Mill.
Cydonia sylvestris Risso, nom. illeg.
Cydonia vulgaris Dum. Cours.
Pyrus lusitanica (Mill.) Du Roi
Pyrus maliformis (Mill.) Du Roi
Pyrus maliformis (Mill.) Du Roi
Sorbus cydonia (L.) Crantz
Cydonia oblonga subsp. maliformis (Mill.) Thell.
Cydonia oblonga subsp. pyriformis Thell.
Pyrus cydonia subsp. lusitanica (Mill.) Ehrh.
Pyrus cydonia subsp. maliformis (Mill.) Ehrh.
Common names: árbol que lleva los membrillos (Spanish, Castillian), azamboa (Spanish, Castillian), azamboero de Granada (Spanish, Castillian), bembrillas (Spanish, Castillian), bembrillero (Aragonese), bembrillero (Spanish, Castillian), bembrillo (fruto) (Aragonese), bembrillo (Spanish, Castillian), cacho (Spanish, Castillian), caroço (Portuguese), codón (fruto) (Aragonese), codón (Spanish, Castillian), codoñato (Spanish, Castillian), codoñer (Majorcan), codoñer (Valencian), codonera (Aragonese), codoñera (Aragonese), codoñera (Majorcan), codonera (Spanish, Castillian), codoñera (Spanish, Castillian), codoñero (Aragonese), codoño (Aragonese), codoño (fruto) (Aragonese), codony (Catalan), codony (Valencian), codonya (Catalan), codonyat (Valencian), codonyer (Catalan), codonyer (Majorcan), codonyer (Valencian), codonyera (Catalan), codonyera (Majorcan), codonyera (Valencian), codonys (Valencian), coduñer (Spanish, Castillian), coduñera (Aragonese), cor de codony-pinyol (Catalan), cordóñ (Catalan), cordóñ (Valencian), cotonen (Portuguese), cotoñer (Majorcan), cotonína (Portuguese), cudoné (Catalan), gamboa (Portuguese), gamboa (Spanish, Castillian), gamboas (Portuguese), gamboeiro (Portuguese), godeiña (Euskera), godeiñatze (Euskera), guduña (Euskera), guduñatze (Euskera), hirasagarrondo (Euskera), hirasagarrtze (Euskera), idasagarr (Euskera), igalsagar (Euskera), igalsagarr (Euskera), ilairarrsagarr (Euskera), illalsagar (Euskera), illarsagarr (Euskera), indisagarr (Euskera), ira sagarra (Euskera), ira sagarrondo (Euskera), iransagar (Euskera), iransagarr (Euskera), irasagar (Euskera), irasagar (fruto) (Euskera), irasagar-arbola (Euskera), irasagarondo (Euskera), irasagarr (Euskera), irasagarra (Euskera), irasagarrondo (Euskera), ira-sagarrondo (Euskera), irasagarrondoa (Euskera), irasagorrondo (Euskera), kodoin (Euskera), kuduin (Euskera), kuduiña (Euskera), marmechal (Asturian), marmeladeiro (Galician), marmeleira (Galician), marmeleira (Portuguese), marmeleiro (Galician), marmeleiro (Portuguese), marmeleiro galego (Portuguese), marmeleiro gallego (Portuguese), marmeleiro molar (Portuguese), marmeleiro ordinario (Portuguese), marmelleiro (Portuguese), marmello (Spanish, Castillian), marmelo (Galician), marmelo (Portuguese), marmelo meudo (Portuguese), marmelo miudo (Portuguese), marmelo mollar (Portuguese), marmitsu (Asturian), membrilla (Spanish, Castillian), membrillal (Spanish, Castillian), membrillar (Spanish, Castillian), membrilleira (Galician), membrilleiro (Galician), membriller (Catalan), membrillera (Aragonese), membrillera (Spanish, Castillian), membrillero (Aragonese), membrillero (Spanish, Castillian), membrillero común (Spanish, Castillian), membrillo (Asturian), membrillo (fruto) (Spanish, Castillian), membrillo (Galician), membrillo (Spanish, Castillian), membrillo de Portugal (Spanish, Castillian), membrillo dulce (Spanish, Castillian), membrillo macho (Spanish, Castillian), membrillo real (Spanish, Castillian), negudare (Euskera), zamboa (Spanish, Castillian), zamboa de Granada (Spanish, Castillian), zamboero (Spanish, Castillian), zambua (Spanish, Castillian), Κυδωνέα η προμήκης (Greek), Κυδωνιά (Greek)[Credits]
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