Crambe L. sec. Marhold, K. (2011+): Brassicaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.

Crambe L. sec. Marhold, K. (2011+): Brassicaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean p

Synonymy

Source: Marhold, K. (2011+): Brassicaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Crambe L., Sp. Pl.: 671. 1753
      Nametype: Crambe maritima L. designated by

Distribution

Ag Al Ar Au(A) Be(B) Br Bu Ca(C F G H P T) Cm Co Cs Ct Cy Da Es Fe Ga(F) Ge Gr Hb(E) Ho Hs(S) Hu It Jo LS La Lt Lu Ma Md(D M P) Mo No Rf(A C S) Rm Sa Si(S) Sk Sl Sr Su Tu(A E) Uk [cPo] 

Euro+Med: Albania native; Algeria native; Armenia native; Austria, with Liechtenstein native (Austria native); Belgium, with Luxembourg native (Belgium native); Bulgaria native; Canary islands native (Fuerteventura native, Gomera native, Gran Canaria native, Hierro native, La Palma native, Tenerife native); Corsica native; Crimea native; Croatia native; Cyprus native; Czech Republic native; Denmark native; Estonia native; Finland native; Former Yugoslavia native; France, with Channel is. and Monaco (France native); Germany native; Great Britain native; Greece native; Hungary native; Ireland, with N Ireland native (Ireland native); Israel/Palestine-Jordan native; Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City native; Jordan native; Latvia native; Lebanon-Syria native; Lithuania native; Madeira archipelago (Desertas native, Madeira island native, Porto Santo native); Moldova native; Morocco native; Netherlands native; Norway native; Poland cultivated; Portugal native; Romania native; Russia native (C European Russia native, Novaya Zemlya & Franz-Joseph Land native, S European Russia native); Sardinia native; Serbia, with Kosovo native; Sicily, with Malta native (Sicily native); Slovakia native; Slovenia native; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra native (Spain native); Sweden native; Turkey (Turkey, Asiatic part native, Turkey-in-Europe native); Ukraine native; Ukraine, with Crimea native

Common Names

Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan): QatranA; Bulgarian (Bulgaria): Диво зелеB; Estonian (Estonia): KrambeC; Finnish (Finland): merikaalitD; Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): ΚράμβηE; Latvian (Latvia): KrambeC; Lithuanian (Lithuania): BalžaC; Romanian (Moldova): ХодолянF; Russian (Azerbaijan): КатранA; Russian (Russia): КатранG; Russian (Ukraine): КатранH; Swedish (Sweden & Finland): krambarD; Ukrainian (Ukraine): КатранH

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