Gypsophila

Gypsophila

Synonymy

Source: Marhold, K. (2011+): Caryophyllaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Gypsophila L., Sp. Pl.: 406. 1753
    • =Arrostia Raf.
    • =Banffya Baumg.
    • =Dichoglottis Fisch. & C. A. Mey.
    • =Pseudosaponaria (F. N. Williams) Ikonn.
    • =Rokejeka Forssk.

    Distribution

    AE(G) Al Ar Au(A) Be Bu Cm Cr Cs Ct Cy Eg Es Fe Ga(F) Ge Gg Gr He Ho Hs(A S) Hu IJ It LS La Li Lt Lu Mk Mo Po Rm Sa Si(S) Sk Sl Sn Sr Su Tn Tu(A E) Uk [Bl(M) nCa(T) aDa aNo] 

    Euro+Med unknown endemism: Albania native; Armenia native; Austria, with Liechtenstein native (Austria native); Baleares introduced (Mallorca introduced); Belgium, with Luxembourg native; Bulgaria native; Canary islands (Tenerife naturalised); Crete, with Karpathos native; Crimea native; Croatia native; Cyprus native; Czech Republic native; Denmark casual; East Aegean islands (Greek East Aegean islands native); Egypt native; Estonia native; Finland native; Former Yugoslavia native; France, with Channel is. and Monaco (France native); Georgia, with Abkhazia and Adjara native; Germany native; Greece native; Hungary native; Israel/Palestine-Jordan native; Italy native; Latvia native; Lebanon-Syria native; Libya native; Lithuania native; Moldova native; Netherlands native; North Macedonia native; Norway casual; Poland native; Portugal native; Romania native; Sardinia native; Serbia, with Kosovo native; Sicily, with Malta native (Sicily native); Sinai native; Slovakia native; Slovenia native; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra native (Andorra native, Spain native); Sweden native; Switzerland native; Tunisia native; Turkey native (Turkey, Asiatic part native, Turkey-in-Europe native); Ukraine native; Ukraine, with Crimea native

    Common Names

    Albanian (Albania): GjipsofilaA; Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan): ЧоғанB; Bulgarian (Bulgaria): МишоркаC; Croatian (Croatia): sadarkaD; Czech (Czech Republic): šaterE; Estonian (Estonia): kipslillF; German (Germany): GipskrautG; Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): ΓυψόφιλονH; Hebrew (Israel): גִּבְסָנִיתI; Hungarian (Hungary): FátyolvirágJ; Latvian (Latvia): ģipseneF; Lithuanian (Lithuania): gubojaK; Romanian (Moldova): ГипсорицэL; Russian (Russia): качимK; Slovak (Slovakia): gypsomilkaM; Slovenian (Slovenia): SadrenkaN

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