Prunus armeniaca

Prunus armeniaca

Synonymy

Source: Kurtto, A. (2009+): Rosaceae (pro parte majore). In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Prunus armeniaca L., Sp. Pl.: 474. 1753
    • =Armeniaca vulgaris Lam., Encycl. 1(1): 2. 1783

    Distribution

    [Ag Al Ar Au(cA) Az Bl(cI cM cN) Bu cBy Cm Co Cr cCs Ct Cy Ga Ge cGg Gr He Hs(cS) Hu aIt cLe Li Lu Ma cMk cMo cPo cRf(C) Rm aSa Si(cM aS) cSk cSr Tn Tu(cA E) Uk] 

    Euro+Med not endemicA,B,C,D,E,F,G,H: Albania introducedI,J; Algeria introducedK; Armenia introducedL; Austria, with Liechtenstein introducedJ (Austria cultivatedM); Azores introducedJ; Baleares introducedJ (Ibiza cultivatedN,O, Mallorca cultivatedN,O, Menorca cultivatedN,O); Belarus cultivatedP; Bulgaria introducedQ,R; Corsica introducedJ,S,T; Crete, with Karpathos introducedJ; Crimea introducedJ; Croatia introducedU,V; Cyprus introducedW; Czech Republic cultivatedX,Y,Z,AA; France, with Channel is. and Monaco introducedJ,AB; Georgia cultivatedAC; Germany introducedR,Y,AD; Greece introducedJ; Hungary introducedR,AE; Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City casualAF; Lebanon cultivatedAG; Libya introducedC,AH; Moldova cultivatedAI; Morocco introducedK,AJ; North Macedonia cultivatedAK; Poland cultivatedAL; Portugal introducedAM; Romania introducedR,AN; Russia (C European Russia cultivatedP); Sardinia casualAF; Serbia, with Kosovo cultivatedAO; Sicily, with Malta introducedJ (Malta cultivatedAP, Sicily casualAF); Slovakia cultivatedX,Z,AQ,AR; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra introducedJ (Spain cultivatedN,AS); Switzerland introducedJ,M,AT,AU; Tunisia introducedK,AV; Turkey (Turkey, Asiatic part cultivatedB, Turkey-in-Europe introducedJ); Ukraine introducedU; Ukraine, with Crimea introducedAW

    Common Names

    Aragonese (Spain): abericoqueAX, abridorAX, alberjeAX, alberjeraAX, alberjeroAX, cascabeliqueroAX; Asturian; Bable; Leonese; Asturleonese (Spain): pescalAX, piescalAX, piescuAX; Basque (Spain): abrikotAX, abrikotaAX, abrikotondoAX, abrikotondoaAX, albarikokeaAX, arbeletxekoAX, arbeletxekoaAX, briskaAX, briskondoAX, briskondoaAX, tuaxaAX, tuaxatzeAX; Catalan; Valencian (Spain): abercoquerAX, abracoquerAX, abracoquéAX, abrecocAX, abrecoquerAX, abrecrocAX, abrecroquerAX, abricocAX, abricoquerAX, abricoquéAX, albaricoc del piñol doceAY, albaricoc porquínAY, albecrocAY, albecroquerAY, albercocAY, albercoquerAY, albergeAY, albergenerAY, albracoquerAY, albrecoquerAY, ambercocAY, ambercoquerAY, benacrocAY, benacroquerAY, domas blanchAY; Galician (Spain): albarcoqueiroAY, albaricoqueAY, albaricoqueiroAY, alberchegueiroAY, albercheiroAY, alberchoAY, albercoqueAY, albericoqueAY, albérchigoAY, alcroqueAY, alcroqueiroAY, damascoAY, damasqueiroAY; Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): βερικοκιά η ΑρμενιακήAZ; High Aragonese (Spain): albergueroAY; Majorcan (Mallorca): albarcoquerAY, alberchiguaAY, albercoquerAY, aubarcoquerAY, aubercoquerAY; Portuguese (Portugal): abricoqueiroAY, abricóAY, albaricoqueiroAY, albergeAY, albericoqueiroAY, alberiquoqueiroAY, alboquorqueiroAY, albricoqueAY, albricoqueiroAY, albriquoqueiroAY, alperceAY, alperceiroAY, alpercheAY, alperche grandeAY, alpercheiroAY, alperse grandeAY, damascoAY, damasco grandeAY, damasqueiroAY, fruta novaAY; Spanish; Castilian (Spain): abercoqueAY, abercoqueroAY, abridorAY, albarcoqueAY, albaricoqueAY, albaricoque albarAY, albaricoque castellanoAY, albaricoque de NancyAY, albaricoque de ToledoAY, albaricoque de ToroAY, albaricoque de cuesco dulceAY, albaricoque de hortelanoAY, albaricoque de hueso dulceAY, albaricoque del PatriarcaAY, albaricoque lisoAY, albaricoque ojo blancoAY, albaricoque realAY, albaricoque sevillanoAY, albaricoque tempranoAY, albaricoqueroAY, albarilloAY, albarillo blanquilloAY, albarillo damascoAY, albarillo herejeAY, alberchigalAY, alberchigueroAY, alberchoAY, albercoqueroAY, albercoquéAY, albergeAY, albergeroAY, albericoqueroAY, alberilloAY, albérchigoAY, alvarillosAY, bobosAY, coqueAY, damascoAY, damasquilloAY, mayeroAY, moniquisAY, paviarAY, pavíaAY, pavío/aAY, piesco/aAY, piescuAY, priscoAY, sanjuaneroAY, tontoAY; Spanish; Castilian (Tenerife): abricoqueroAY; Valencian (Spain): abrecoquéAY, albercoquerAY, albircocAY, albircoquerAY

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