Pisum sativum

Pisum sativum

Synonymy

Source: 2010: ILDIS World Database of Legumes 2010. (copyright © ILDIS)
Pisum sativum L., Sp. Pl.: 727. 1753
    • =Lathyrus oleraceus Lam., Fl. Franç., ed. 2, 2: 580. 1779
    • =Pisum vulgare S. B. Jundz.

    Distribution

    AE(G) Ab(A N) Ag Al Ar Bl Bu Cm Co Cr Cy Eg Ga(F) Gg Gr Hs(S) Ir It Ju Le Lu Ma Mo Rf(CS) Rm Sa Si(M S) Sy Tn Tu(A E) [Au(A) Br By Cz Es Ge He Ho La Lt No Rf(C E K N NW S) Su Uk] 

    Euro+Med not endemic: Albania nativenativeA; Algeria nativenativeB; Armenia native; Austria, with Liechtenstein (Austria introducedintroducedA); Azerbaijan native (Azerbaijan (core) native, Nakhchivan native); Baleares nativenativeB; Belarus introducedC; Bulgaria nativenativeA; Corsica nativenativeA; Crete, with Karpathos nativenativeB; Crimea native; Cyprus nativenativeD; East Aegean islands (Greek East Aegean islands nativenativeB); Egypt nativeB; Estonia introducedintroducedE; Former Czechoslovakia introducedF; Former Yugoslavia nativenativeA; France, with Channel is. and Monaco (France nativenativeA); Georgia native; Germany introducedG; Great Britain introducedH; Greece nativenativeA; Israel/Palestine nativeI; Israel/Palestine-Jordan native; Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City nativenativeA; Latvia introducedJ; Lebanon nativenativeI; Lithuania introducedK; Moldova native; Morocco nativenativeB; Netherlands introducedL; Norway introducedM; Portugal nativenativeA; Romania nativenativeA; Russia introducedintroduced (C European Russia introducedintroducedN,O,P,Q,R,S,T,U,V,W,X, E European Russia introducedintroducedX,Y,Z,AA,AB,AC,AD, Kaliningrad region introducedAE, N European Russia introducedintroducedAF,AG,AH,AI,AJ, NW European Russia introducedintroducedAK, North Caucasus native, S European Russia introducedX,AL,AM,AN); Sardinia nativenativeA; Sicily, with Malta (Malta nativenativeB, Sicily nativenativeB); Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra (Spain nativenativeA); Sweden introducedAO; Switzerland introducedAP; Syria nativenativeD,I; Tunisia nativenativeB; Turkey (Turkey, Asiatic part nativenativeD, Turkey-in-Europe nativenativeA); Ukraine introducedintroducedAQ,AR,AS,AT; Ukraine, with Crimea native

    Common Names

    Aragonese (Spain): arbejaAU, arbellaAU, bisalteraAU, bisalteroAU, bisaltoAU, bisaltosAU, bisartoAU, guisanteAU, guisónAU, quixonsAU; Armenian (Armenia): Volor TzanoviAV; Asturian; Bable; Leonese; Asturleonese (Spain): arbeh.osAU, arbeyosAU, arveh.oAU, arvejosAU, arvejos de meio enrameAU, arvejos de teléfonoAU, arvejos nanosAU, arveyuAU, guisantesAU; Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan): Ekin Koi NokhudAW; Basque (Spain): ilarAU; Belarusian (Belarus): Garokh PasyaounyAX; Catalan; Valencian (Spain): arvellaAU, arvelleraAU, caputxíAU, escanyavellesAU, estirabecAU, estirabechAU, estirabecsAU, estiragassóAU, fesoleraAU, pesolAU, pesol caputxíAU, pesol quadratAU, pesol-tirabechAU, pesolerAU, pesoleraAU, pesolera veraAU, pesolíAU, pèsolAU, pèsol (fruto)AU, pèsol bordAU, pèsol dolçAU, pèsol garrofíAU, pèsol quadratAU, pèsolsAU, pésolsAU, tirabecAU, tirabechAU, tirabechsAU, tirabecsAU, xítxeroAU; English: Common PeaI, Field PeaAY, Garden PeaAZ, Green PeaBA, PeaBB, Sugar PeaAY; Estonian (Estonia): Harilik HernesE; Finnish (Finland): (sato)herneBC, KylvoherneBD; French (France): Pois CultiveeBE; French: Petit PoisBD, Petit Pois SucresBF, PoisBG, Pois FranceBH, Pois VertsBH; Galician (Spain): chicharoAU, guisante secoAU, guisante verdeAU, pisoAU, tirabequeAU, tirabequesAU; Georgian (Georgia): BardaBI; German: ErbseBJ, Garten-ErbseAP; Italian (Italy): PisselloBD; Latvian (Latvia): Sejas ZirniJ; Lithuanian (Lithuania): Sejamasis ZirnisK; Majorcan (Mallorca): estiragassóAU, fasoleraAU, fasolsAU, fesoleraAU, irhal biribilAU, pesolAU, pesol de bullirAU, pesoleraAU, pèsolAU, pèsol de bullirAU, xítxeroAU, xítxerosAU; Majorcan (Menorca): fesolAU; Polish (Poland): Groch ZwycrajnyBD; Portuguese (Portugal): ErvilhaBD, ErvilheiraBD, ervilhaAU, ervilha anâAU, ervilha branca de debulharAU, ervilha escuraAU, ervilha forrinhaAU, ervilha genovesaAU, ervilha meia brancaAU, ervilha miúdaAU, ervilha ordináriaAU, ervilha tortaAU, ervilha verdeAU, ervilha-anâAU, ervilha-branca-de-debulharAU, ervilha-bravaAU, ervilha-escuraAU, ervilha-forrinhaAU, ervilha-genovesaAU, ervilha-meia-brancaAU, ervilha-miúdaAU, ervilha-ordináriaAU, ervilha-tortaAU, ervilha-verdeAU, ervilhasAU, ervilhas miudasAU, ervilheiraAU, ervilheira ordinariaAU, griseusAU, griséusAU; Romanian (Moldova): Mazere De-SemenaBK; Romanian (Romania): MazareBD; Russian (Russia Central): Gorokh PosevnoiBL; Spanish; Castilian (Spain): PesolBD, alberjana de la VegaAU, alvillaAU, arbejaAU, arbellaAU, arvejaAU, arveja de Aragón, cuadradaAU, arveja marcadaAU, arvejanaAU, arvejoAU, arvejosAU, arvejoteAU, arvejónAU, bisalteraAU, bisalteroAU, bisaltoAU, bisartoAU, chicharroAU, chícharoAU, chícharosAU, chícharos haberosAU, disante flamencoAU, disante mayorAU, disante mayor de Castilla, diferencia segundaAU, disante menorAU, escanyavellesAU, fasoleraAU, fasolsAU, guisanteAU, guisante andaluzAU, guisante castellanoAU, guisante enanoAU, guisante flamencoAU, guisante menudoAU, guisante mollarAU, guisante ordinarioAU, guisante silvestreAU, guisante tordoAU, guisante tortoAU, guisantesAU, guisónAU, haberosAU, ilarAU, morosAU, nanosAU, pequeñicosAU, poaAU, prinsolAU, présolesAU, pésoleAU, pésole bordeAU, pésole cuarentenoAU, pésole gitanoAU, pésole negrelAU, quixonsAU, tabillaAU, tirabequesAU, tres reyesAU; Swedish (Sweden & Finland): ärtBC; Swedish (Sweden): Gra ArtBD, SpritartBD; Ukrainian (Ukraine): Gorokh PosivnyiBM; Valencian (Spain): arvelleraAU, bealteraAU, pesolAU, pesolerAU, pesoleraAU, pèsol mollarAU; unknown: AlverjaBN, ArvejaBD, ChicharoBH, GuisanteBD, MattarBA

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