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

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

Synonymy

Source: Marhold, K. (2011+): Brassicaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Eruca Mill., Gard. Dict. Abr., ed. 4. 1754
      Nametype: Eruca sativa Mill. designated by
  • =Euzomum Link, Enum. Hort. Berol. Alt. 2: 175. 1822

Distribution

AE Ag Bl(I M) Bu dCa(C F G H L P T) Cm Co Cr Ct Eg Ga(F) Gr He Hs(S) Hu IJ It LS Li Lu Ma Md(M P) Mo Rm Sa Si(M S) Tn Tu(A E) [Al cAu(A) BH By aCs Es Fe Ge La Lt Mk No cPo Rf Sl Sn Su Uk] 

Euro+Med: Albania introduced; Algeria native; Austria, with Liechtenstein cultivated (Austria introduced); Baleares native (Ibiza native, Mallorca native); Belarus introduced; Bosnia-Herzegovina introduced; Bulgaria native; Canary islands (Fuerteventura native: doubtfully native, Gomera native: doubtfully native, Gran Canaria native: doubtfully native, Hierro native: doubtfully native, La Palma native: doubtfully native, Lanzarote native: doubtfully native, Tenerife native: doubtfully native); Corsica native; Crete, with Karpathos native; Crimea native; Croatia native; Czech Republic casual; East Aegean islands native; Egypt native; Estonia introduced; Finland introduced; Former Yugoslavia native: doubtfully native; France, with Channel is. and Monaco (France native); Germany introduced; Greece native; Hungary native; Israel/Palestine-Jordan native; Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City native; Latvia introduced; Lebanon-Syria native; Libya native; Lithuania introduced; Madeira archipelago (Madeira island native, Porto Santo native); Moldova native; Morocco native; North Macedonia introduced; Norway introduced; Poland cultivated; Portugal native; Romania native; Russia introduced; Sardinia native; Sicily, with Malta native (Malta native, Sicily native); Sinai introduced; Slovenia introduced; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra native (Spain native); Sweden introduced; Switzerland native; Tunisia native; Turkey (Turkey, Asiatic part native, Turkey-in-Europe native); Ukraine introduced; Ukraine, with Crimea native

Common Names

Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan): IndauA; Bulgarian (Bulgaria): ЕрукаB; Finnish (Finland): sinappikaalitC; Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): ΕρούκαD; Romanian (Moldova): ЕрукэE; Russian (Azerbaijan): ИндауA; Russian (Moldova): ЭрукаE; Russian (Russia): ЭрукаF; Russian (Ukraine): ИндауG; Swedish (Sweden & Finland): erukorC; Ukrainian (Ukraine): iндауG

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