Malus sylvestris

Malus sylvestris

Synonymy

Source: Kurtto, A. (2009+): Rosaceae (pro parte majore). In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Malus sylvestris (L.) Mill., Gard. Dict., ed. 8: Malus no. 1. 1768 [is earlier homonym of Malus sylvestris Moench 1794]
  • Pyrus malus var. sylvestris L., Sp. Pl.: 479. 1753
  • Pyrus malus subsp. sylvestris (L.) Ehrh. in Hannover. Mag. 1780(14): 223. 1780
  • Pyrus sylvestris (L.) Focke in Engler & Prantl, Nat. Pflanzenfam. 3(3): 24. 1888
  • Malus communis subsp. sylvestris (L.) Dippel, Handb. Laubholzk. 3: 395. 1893

Distribution

Ab Al Ar Au(A) BH Be(B L) Br Bu By Cg Cm Co Cs Ct Da Es Fe Ga(C F) Ge Gg Gr Hb(E N) He Ho Hs(S) Hu It La -Li Lt Lu Mk Mo No Po Rf(C CS E K N NW S) Rm Sa Si(S) Sk Sl Sr Su Tu(A E) Uk [cSi(M)] 

Euro+Med not endemicA: Albania nativenativeB,C,D,E; Armenia nativenativeF; Austria, with Liechtenstein nativenativeD (Austria nativeG,H); Azerbaijan nativenativeF,I; Belarus nativeJ; Belgium, with Luxembourg nativenativeD (Belgium nativenativeJ, Luxembourg nativenativeJ); Bosnia-Herzegovina nativenativeJ; Bulgaria nativenativeD,K,L; Corsica nativenativeD,M,N; Crimea nativenativeD; Croatia nativenativeO,P; Czech Republic nativenativeH,Q,R,S; Denmark nativenativeD,T; Estonia nativenativeU; Finland nativenativeD,V; France, with Channel is. and Monaco nativenativeD,W (Channel islands nativenativeJ,X, France nativenativeJ); Georgia nativenativeA,F,Y; Germany nativenativeD,H,Z,AA,AB,AC; Great Britain nativenativeD; Greece nativenativeD; Hungary nativenativeD,AD,AE; Ireland, with N Ireland nativenativeD (Ireland nativenativeAF, Northern Ireland nativenativeX); Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City nativenativeD,AG; Latvia nativenativeU; Libya native: reported in errorJ; Lithuania nativenativeU; Moldova nativenativeAH; Montenegro nativenativeJ; Netherlands nativenativeD,AI,AJ; North Macedonia nativenativeAK; Norway nativenativeD,AL; Poland nativenativeD,H,AM; Portugal nativenativeD,AN,AO; Romania nativenativeD,AP; Russia (C European Russia nativenativeJ, E European Russia nativenativeJ, Kaliningrad region nativenativeJ, N European Russia nativenativeJ, NW European Russia nativenativeJ, North Caucasus nativenativeJ, S European Russia nativeJ); Sardinia nativenativeAG; Serbia, with Kosovo nativenativeAQ; Sicily, with Malta nativenativeD (Malta cultivatedcultivatedAR, Sicily nativenativeAG); Slovakia nativenativeQ,R,AS,AT; Slovenia nativenativeAU; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra nativenativeD (Spain nativenativeAN); Sweden nativenativeD,AV,AW; Switzerland nativenativeD,H,AX,AY; Turkey (Turkey, Asiatic part nativenativeA,AZ, Turkey-in-Europe nativenativeA,D); Ukraine nativenativeJ; Ukraine, with Crimea nativenativeBA,BB

Common Names

Aragonese (Spain): manzaneraBC, manzanera bordeBC, manzanoñerasBC, manzañones (fruto)BC; Asturian; Bable; Leonese; Asturleonese (Spain): caruezaBC, coruezaBC, manzanalBC, manzaneiroBC, mazanaBC, mazana caninaBC, mazana montiscaBC, mazanalBC, mazanal caninaBC, mazanal cargüezaBC, mazanal cargüezuBC, mazanal montesinaBC, mazanal montiscaBC, mazanal montiscuBC, mazanal montésBC, mazanal villanuBC, mazanu canínBC, mazanu montésBC, pumarBC, pumar silvestreBC; Basque (Spain): basa-sagarraBC, basa-sagartzeaBC, basakaBC, basakoaBC, basateBC, basateaBC, basatiaBC, baso sagarrBC, currubitaBC, espuru sagarrBC, gurbeBC, gurrufitoBC, manazano-borteBC, mintxagarrisBC, mintxagárrisBC, patxakaBC, patxákaBC, pintxagarBC, pintxagarreBC, pintxagárBC, pintxagárreBC, sagar (fruto)BC, sagar-basatiaBC, sagar-gaciaBC, sagar-gaziaBC, sagarkoaBC, sagarminBC, sagarminaBC, sagarrBC, sagarr orpoBC, sagarr-orpoBC, sagarraBC, sagarrkoBC, sagarrkoatzeBC, sagarrminBC, sagarrondoBC, sagarrorpoBC, sagarrtzeBC, sargaminBC, sargaminaBC, sestrakaBC, txagaminBC, txagarmínBC, xapgarrkoBC; Catalan; Valencian (Spain): manzaneraBC, maçanaBC, maçanerBC, maçaneraBD, pomaBD, poma bordaBD, pomerBD, pomer bordBD, pomeraBD, pomera bordaBD, pomera mosquinaBD, pomera saltvajeBD, pomera salvatgeBD, pomera silvestreBD, pomes de boscBD; Finnish (Finland): metsäomenapuuBE; Galician (Spain): boulleiroBD, boulleiro bravoBD, carocosBD, caruceiroBD, caruceiro bravoBD, caruezoBD, caruezo bravoBD, caruezosBD, espinero manzaneiroBD, macanzeiraBD, maceiraBD, maceira bravaBD, macieiraBD, macieira bravaBD, macira bravaBD, maciñeiraBD, maciñeira bravaBD, mancieira bravaBD, manzanceira bravaBD, manzaneiraBD, manzaneira bravaBD, mazaeiro bravoBD, mazaira bravaBD, mazanceira bravaBD, mazá bravaBD, maçans de porcoBD, pomera bordaBD, pumariño bravoBD; High Aragonese (Spain): manzanera bordeBD, mazanera bordeBD, pomera salbachinaBD; Portuguese (Portugal): macanzeiraBD, maceiraBD, maceira bravaBD, maceira cultivadaBD, maceira silvestreBD, macieiraBD, macieira bravaBD, maçanceiraBD, maçanzeiraBD, maçâBD, maçâ craveiraBD, maçã-azedaBD, pereira cultivadaBD; Spanish; Castilian (Spain): camuesaBD, camuesoBD, chiminoBD, currubitaBD, gurrufitoBD, maellaBD, maellasBD, maelloBD, maguillaBD, maguilloBD, maguillosBD, mailaBD, mailasBD, maillasBD, mailloBD, maillosBD, mailoBD, manzanaBD, manzana de pastorBD, manzana silvestreBD, manzanalBD, manzaneiraBD, manzaneraBD, manzaneroBD, manzanoBD, manzano acerboBD, manzano agrioBD, manzano bravoBD, manzano de monteBD, manzano de árbolBD, manzano montésBD, manzano salvajeBD, manzano silvestreBD, manzano silvestre de bosqueBD, manzanoñerasBD, manzañoneraBD, manzañonesBD, maquilloBD, mazanaBD, mazanalBD, maílaBD, maíllasBD, maílloBD, maíllosBD, mellaBD, melloBD, peraza silvestre, especie de asperiegaBD, peroBD, perónBD, pomarBD, pomeraBD; Swedish (Sweden & Finland): vildapelBE; Valencian (Spain): manzaneraBD, pomaBD, pomeraBD

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