Silene vulgaris

Silene vulgaris

Synonymy

Source: Marhold, K. (2011+): Caryophyllaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Silene vulgaris (Moench) Garcke, Fl. Nord-Mittel-Deutschl., ed. 6: 64. 1863
  • Behen vulgaris Moench, Methodus: 709. 1794
  • Silene cucubalus subsp. vulgaris (Moench) Bech. in Ber. Schweiz. Bot. Ges. 43: 54. 1934
  • =Cucubalus behen L., Sp. Pl.: 414. 1753
  • Oberna behen (L.) Ikonn. in Novosti Sist. Vysš. Rast. 13: 119. 1976
  • =Cucubalus latifolius Mill., Gard. Dict., ed. 8. 1768
  • Silene latifolia (Mill.) Britten & Rendle in J. Bot. 45: 100. 1907
  • =Cucubalus alpinus Lam., Encycl. 2: 220. 1786
  • Silene alpina (Lam.) Gren. & Godr., Fl. France 1(1): 203. 1847, nom. illeg.
  • Silene maritima subsp. alpina (Lam.) Nyman, Consp. Fl. Eur.: 88. 1878
  • Oberna alpina (Lam.) Ikonn. in Novosti Sist. Vysš. Rast. 13: 119. 1976
  • =Silene cucubalus Wibel, Prim. Fl. Werth.: 241. 1799
  • =Silene inflata Sm., Comp. Fl. Brit.: 467. 1800
  • =Silene oleracea Ficinus, Fl. Dresden, ed. 2, 1: 313. 1821, nom. illeg.
  • =Silene venosa Asch., Fl. Brandenburg 1: 86. 1860
  • =Silene campanulata Saut.
  • Silene angustifolia subsp. vulgaris Briq., Prodr. Fl. Corse 1: 544. 1910, nom. inval.
  • Silene inflata subsp. vulgaris P. Fourn., Quatre Fl. France: 317. 1936, nom. inval.

Distribution

AE(G) Ab Ag Al Ar Au(A) Az Be Bl(I M N) Br Bu dCa(C F G H L P T) Cg Cm Co Cr Cs Ct Cy Da Eg Es Fe Ga(F) Ge Gg Gr Hb(E) He Ho Hs(A S) Hu Ir It Jo LS La Li Lt Lu Ma Md(D M P) Mk No Po Rf(CS) Rm Sa Si(M S) Sk Sl Sr Su Tn Tu(A E) [Az(C L M P) aIs] 

Euro+Med not endemicA,B,C,D: Albania nativenativeE,F,G,H; Algeria nativenativeF; Armenia nativeI,J; Austria, with Liechtenstein nativenativeG (Austria nativenativeK); Azerbaijan nativeJ; Azores nativenativeG,L (Corvo introduced, Flores introduced, Pico introduced, São Miguel introduced); Baleares nativenativeF,G (Ibiza nativenativeM,N,O, Mallorca nativenativeM,N,O, Menorca nativenativeM,N,O); Belgium, with Luxembourg nativenativeG; Bulgaria nativenativeF,G,P; Canary islands native: doubtfully native (Fuerteventura native: doubtfully nativenative: doubtfully nativeL,Q, Gomera native: doubtfully nativenative: doubtfully nativeL,Q, Gran Canaria native: doubtfully nativenative: doubtfully nativeL,Q, Hierro native: doubtfully nativenative: doubtfully nativeL,Q, La Palma native: doubtfully nativenative: doubtfully nativeL,Q, Lanzarote native: doubtfully nativenative: doubtfully nativeL,Q, Tenerife native: doubtfully nativenative: doubtfully nativeL,Q); Corsica nativenativeB,F,G; Crete, with Karpathos nativenativeF,G; Crimea nativenativeF,G; Croatia nativenativeR,S; Cyprus nativenativeD,F; Czech Republic nativenativeT; Denmark nativenativeG; East Aegean islands nativenativeF (Greek East Aegean islands native); Egypt nativeA,F; Estonia nativeU; Finland nativenativeG,V; Former Yugoslavia nativenativeF,G; France, with Channel is. and Monaco (France nativenativeF,G); Georgia nativeJ; Germany nativenativeG,W,X; Great Britain nativenativeG; Greece nativenativeC,F,G; Hungary nativenativeG,Y; Iceland casualZ,AA; Ireland, with N Ireland nativenativeG (Ireland nativenativeAB,AC); Israel/Palestine nativeAD; Israel/Palestine-Jordan nativenativeF,AE; Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City nativenativeF,G; Jordan nativeAF; Latvia nativeU; Lebanon-Syria nativeF; Libya nativenativeF; Lithuania nativeU; Madeira archipelago (Desertas nativeL,AG, Madeira island nativeL,AG, Porto Santo nativeL,AG); Montenegro native; Morocco nativenativeF,AH; Netherlands nativenativeG,AI; North Macedonia nativenativeAJ; Norway nativenativeG,AK; Poland nativenativeG,AL; Portugal nativenativeF,G,N; Romania nativenativeG,AM; Russia (North Caucasus nativeJ); Sardinia nativenativeF,G; Serbia, with Kosovo native; Sicily, with Malta nativenativeG (Malta nativenativeF, Sicily nativenativeF); Slovakia nativenativeAN; Slovenia nativenativeAO; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra nativenativeF,G (Andorra nativenativeN, Spain nativenativeM,N); Sweden nativenativeG,AP,AQ; Switzerland nativenativeG,AR,AS; Tunisia nativenativeF; Turkey (Turkey, Asiatic part nativenativeF, Turkey-in-Europe nativenativeF,G); Ukraine, with Crimea nativeAT

Common Names

Albanian (Albania): Klokëza e rëndomtëAU; Aragonese (Spain): acoletasAV, afrentalabradoresAV, colellasAV, coletaAV, coleta de monteAV, coleta finaAV, coletasAV, collejaAV, collejasAV, conelesAV, cruixideresAV, esclafiderasAV, esclafidoresAV, petadoAV, petadorAV, tacabolsAV, yerba cruixideraAV; Asturian; Bable; Leonese; Asturleonese (Spain): campaninosAV, cascabelesAV, esplotaculosAV, flores de San XuanAV, sanxuanesAV; Basque (Spain): galkideaAV, garikotaAV; Catalan; Valencian (Baleares): colísAV, tronsAV; Catalan; Valencian (Spain): banya de cabraAV, barretetsAV, botetsAV, cascavellsAV, colellesAV, colissosAV, colitxosAV, collisosAV, colísAV, colís/colissosAV, coniellsAV, conilletsAV, cordissosAV, culiellsAV, cuniellsAV, curibellsAV, escaflidorsAV, esclafidorsAV, esclafidósAV, herba dels petsAV, petadorsAV, petsAV, pets de llopAV; Corsican (Corse): TaquetAW; Czech (Czech Republic): silenka nadmutáAX; Danish (Denmark): BlæresmældeAY; Dutch; Flemish (Netherlands): BlaassileneAZ; English (Great Britain): Bladder CampionBA; Estonian (Estonia): harilik põisrohiU; Finnish (Finland): nurmikohokkiAY,BB; French (France): ClaquelBC, Clochette blancheBC, CornilletBC, PétardesBC, Silène communBC, Silène enfléBC, TapotteBC, TaquetBC; French (Switzerland): Silène enflèeBD, Silène vulgaireBD, TaquetBD; Galician (Spain): acolejaAV, colexaAV, sileneAV; German (Germany): Gewöhnliches LeimkrautBE, Taubenkropf-LeimkrautBE; German (Switzerland): Gemeines LeimkrautBF; Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): Σιληνή η φυσκώδηςBG; Hebrew (Israel): צִפָּרְנִית נְפוּחָהBH; High Aragonese (Spain): acoletaAV, coleta finaBI, collejasBI, cruixideresBI, esclafiderasBI, pedetesBI, petaderaBI, tacabolsBI, yerba cruixideraBI; Hungarian (Hungary): Hólyagos habszegfűBJ; Icelandic (Iceland): GarðaholurtZ, garðaholurtBK; Italian (Sardegna): BubboliniBL, PolemoniaBL, StrigoliBL; Italian (Switzerland): BubboliniBM, Silene rigonfiaBM, StrigoliBM; Latvian (Latvia): platalapu plaukšķeneBN; Lithuanian (Lithuania): paprastoji naktižiedėBN; Majorcan (Ibiza): verduraBI; Majorcan (Mallorca): colisBI, colissosBI, colísBI, culisBI, culísBI, galquideaBI, tronsBI, trousBI; Norwegian (Norway): engsmelleBK; Polish (Poland): Lepnica rozdętaBO; Portuguese (Portugal): colejiaBI, erva traqueiraBI, erva-traqueiraBI, herva traqueiraBI, manjeriçao bravoBI, orelha-de-boiBI; Romanian (Moldova): Оберна обишнуитэBP; Russian (Russia): смолевка обыкновеннаяBN, смолевка хлопушкаBN; Sardinian (Sardegna): Erba de zoccuBL, crapichedduBL, erba sonajolaBL; Slovak (Slovakia): silenka obyčajnáBQ; Slovenian (Slovenia): PokalicaBR; Spanish; Castilian (Spain): acoletasBI, alcadiceaBI, alcaduceaBI, alcanduceaBI, alcanduecaBI, alcoletasBI, ben blancoBI, berzaBI, berzuelaBI, blancaBI, botelloBI, cascabelillo de CanariasBI, cebollaBI, churrianaBI, cluxideraBI, cohetesBI, colejaBI, colejónBI, colellasBI, collejaBI, colleja finaBI, collejasBI, collejas de EspañaBI, collejas finasBI, collejicas finasBI, collejónBI, coneheraBI, conejaBI, conejeraBI, conejerasBI, conejinaBI, conejinosBI, conejito de campoBI, conejuelasBI, conelesBI, conilletsBI, cuetesBI, cunillosBI, estallaoresBI, guisoBI, manzanillónBI, petardosBI, pistonesBI, polemoniaBI, polemonioBI, raíz blancaBI, restallonesBI, restallosBI, restralletaBI, restralletasBI, restralleteBI, restrallosBI, restrallónBI, royaBI, sanjuaninesBI, santibañesBI, tirabeques de la esperanzaBI, tirapeohBI, tiratirosBI, tracabolsBI, triscosBI, truenosBI, verderuelaBI; Swedish (Sweden & Finland): smällglimBS; Swedish (Sweden): smällglimBK; Turkish (Turkey): Givişgan otuBT, NakilBT; Valencian (Spain): colitxosBI, conilletBI, conilletsBI, cunilletsBI, faroletsBI; Welsh (Wales): Llys y PoerBU

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