Prunus cerasus

Prunus cerasus

Synonymy

Source: Kurtto, A. (2009+): Rosaceae (pro parte majore). In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Prunus cerasus L., Sp. Pl.: 474. 1753
  • Cerasus vulgaris Mill., Gard. Dict., ed. 8: Cerasus no. 1. 1768
  • =Prunus acida Ehrh., Beitr. Naturk. 7: 51, 130. 1792
  • =Cerasus acida (Ehrh.) Borkh. in Arch. Bot. 1(2): 38. 1797
  • =Cerasus austera (L.) Borkh. in Arch. Bot. 1(2): 38. 1797
  • =Prunus caproniana (L.) Gaudin, Fl. Helv. 3: 307. 1828
  • =Cerasus collina Lej. & Courtois, Comp. Fl. Belg. 2: 130. 1831
  • =Prunus cerasus subsp. acida (Ehrh.) Schübl. & G. Martens, Fl. Würtemberg: 313. 1834
  • =Cerasus avium subsp. acida (Ehrh.) Bonnier & Layens, Tabl. Syn. Pl. Vasc. France: 95. 1894
  • =Cerasus vulgaris subsp. acida (Ehrh.) Buia in Săvulescu, Fl. Republ. Socialist. Romania 4: 851. 1956

Distribution

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Euro+Med not endemicA,B,C,D,E,F: Albania cultivatedG,H; Algeria cultivatedI; Armenia introducedJ; Austria, with Liechtenstein introducedH,K (Austria introducedK,L); Bulgaria introducedM,N; Corsica cultivatedO; Crimea cultivatedP; Croatia introducedQ; Czech Republic introducedR,S,T,U,V,W; Denmark cultivatedH,X; Estonia introducedY; Finland cultivatedH,Z; France, with Channel is. and Monaco introducedH,AA,AB (Channel islands introducedAB); Germany introducedH,K,L,AC,AD,AE; Great Britain introducedH,AB; Greece cultivatedH; Hungary cultivatedN,AF,AG,AH; Ireland, with N Ireland introducedH,AB (Ireland introducedAB,AI, Northern Ireland introducedAB); Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City naturalisedAJ; Latvia introducedY; Libya cultivatedI; Lithuania introducedY; Madeira archipelago introduced: uncertain degree of naturalisationAK (Madeira island introduced: uncertain degree of naturalisationAK); Moldova cultivatedAL; Montenegro casualAM; Morocco cultivatedI; Netherlands cultivatedH,AN; North Macedonia introduced: uncertain degree of naturalisationAO; Norway cultivatedH,AP; Poland introducedN,T,AQ; Portugal introducedH,AR; Romania cultivatedN,AS,AT,AU; Russia (C European Russia cultivatedP, N European Russia cultivatedP); Sardinia casualAJ; Serbia, with Kosovo cultivatedAV; Sicily, with Malta (Malta introducedAW, Sicily casualAJ); Slovakia introducedS,V; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra cultivatedH (Spain introducedAX); Sweden introducedH,AY,AZ; Switzerland introducedH,K,L,BA,BB; Syria cultivatedBC; Tunisia cultivatedI; Turkey (Turkey, Asiatic part cultivatedA); Ukraine cultivatedP; Ukraine, with Crimea introducedBD

Common Names

Aragonese (Spain): cereceraBE, cerezoBE, ciresera de rafalBE, guinderaBE, guinderoBE, ziresera de rafalBE; Asturian; Bable; Leonese; Asturleonese (Spain): cereza guindaBE, guindaBE, guindalBE, guindarBE, guindeiraBE, montesinaBE; Basque (Spain): gereciyaBE, gerezi-ondoBE, gereziondoBE, gindaBE, ginda-ondoaBE, gindondoaBE, gingaBE, gingondoBE, gingondoaBE, guindondoaBE, keixondoBE, kerexaBE; Catalan; Valencian (Spain): ceriderBE, cirerBE, cirer bordBE, cirer de boscBE, cirererBE, ciresera de rafalBE, guindaBE, guinderBE; Finnish (Finland): hapankirsikkaBF; Galician (Spain): cerdeiraBE, cereixeiraBE, cereixeiroBE, ginjeira-das-ginjas-galegasBE, guindaBE, guindalBE, guindaleiraBE, guindeiraBE, guindeiroBE, guindeleiraBE, guindoBE, maroviñaBE, xinxeiraBE; Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): κερασιάBG; High Aragonese (Spain): guinderoBE, zirerera de rafalBE; Majorcan (Mallorca): cirererBE, guinderBE; Portuguese (Portugal): cerejeiraBE, gingeiraBE, ginjaBE, ginja-galegaBE, ginjeiraBE, ginjeira bravaBE, ginjeira-das-ginjas-de-folhaBE, ginjeira-das-ginjas-galegasBE, ginjeira-galegaBE, ginjeiroBE, guinjeiraBE; Spanish; Castilian (Spain): cereceraBE, cerezalBE, cerezoBE, cerezo bordeBE, cerezo bravíoBE, cerezo comúnBE, cerezo de los pájarosBE, cerezo de monteBE, cerezo de todos los santosBE, cerezo guindalBE, cerezo mollarBE, cerezo silvestreBE, cerezo ácidoBE, ciruelo silvestreBE, garrafalBE, guindaBE, guindalBE, guindas (fruto)BE, guinderoBE, guindoBE, guindo comuneroBE, guindo comúnBE, guindo garrafalBE, guindo griegoBE, guindo silvestreBE, guindo zorreroBE, montesinaBE; Swedish (Sweden & Finland): surkörsbärBF; Valencian (Spain): sirerBE

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