Prunus spinosa

Prunus spinosa

Synonymy

Source: Kurtto, A. (2009+): Rosaceae (pro parte majore). In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Prunus spinosa L., Sp. Pl.: 475. 1753
  • Prunus communis subsp. spinosa (L.) Syme, Engl. Bot., ed. 3B, 3: 114. 1864
  • Druparia spinosa Clairv., Man. Herb. Suisse: 159. 1811
  • =Prunus acacia Crantz, Stirp. Austr. Fasc. 2: 58. 1763, nom. illeg.
  • =Prunus praecox Salisb., Prodr. Stirp. Chap. Allerton: 356. 1796, nom. illeg.
  • =Prunus podolica Andrz., Enum. Pl. Podol.: 35. 1860
  • =Prunus subvillosa Debeaux, Rech. Fl. Pyrén. Orient. 1: 46. 1878
  • =Prunus amygdaliformis Pau, Not. Bot. Fl. Españ. 1: 21. 1887
  • =Prnus spinosa subsp. ovoideo-globosa Domin in Ceska Akad. Bull. Intern., Cl. Sci. 2 45: Pppp. 1945
  • =Prunus spinosa subsp. fechtneri Domin in Ceska Akad. Bull. Intern., Cl. Sci. 2 45: Pppp. 1945
  • =Prunus spinosa subsp. megalocarpa Domin in Ceska Akad. Bull. Intern., Cl. Sci. 2 45: Pppp. 1945
  • =Prunus spinosa subsp. moravica Domin in Ceska Akad. Bull. Intern., Cl. Sci. 2 45: Pppp. 1945
  • =Prunus spinosa subsp. insititioides (Ficalho & Cout.) Franco, Nova Fl. Portugal 1: 553. 1971
  • =Prunus spinosa subsp. cerasina Hrabětová

Distribution

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

Euro+Med not endemicA,B,C,D,E,F,G,H: Albania nativeI,J,K,L; Algeria nativeH,M; Armenia nativenativeN,O; Austria, with Liechtenstein nativeK (Austria nativenativeP,Q); Azerbaijan nativenativeA,N,R; Baleares nativeK (Mallorca nativenativeS,T,U, Menorca nativenativeS,T,U); Belarus nativenativeV,W; Belgium, with Luxembourg nativenativeK (Belgium nativenativeW, Luxembourg nativenativeW); Bosnia-Herzegovina nativeW; Bulgaria nativeK,X,Y; Corsica nativeB,D,K; Crimea nativenativeK; Croatia nativeZ,AA; Czech Republic nativenativeQ,AB,AC,AD,AE,AF; Denmark nativenativeK,AG; East Aegean islands (Greek East Aegean islands nativenativeC); Estonia nativenativeAH; Finland nativenativeK,AI; France, with Channel is. and Monaco native (Channel islands nativeAJ, France nativeK,AK); Georgia nativenativeN,AL; Germany nativenativeK,Q,AM,AN,AO; Great Britain nativenativeK; Greece nativeK; Hungary nativenativeK,AP,AQ; Ireland, with N Ireland nativenativeK (Ireland nativenativeAR, Northern Ireland nativenativeAJ); Israel/Palestine-Jordan native: reported in errorW; Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City nativeF,K; Latvia nativenativeAH; Lebanon-Syria native: reported in errorW; Lithuania nativenativeAH; Moldova nativenativeAS; Montenegro nativeW,AT,AU; Morocco nativeM,AV; Netherlands nativenativeK,AW,AX; North Macedonia nativeAY; Norway nativenativeK,AZ; Poland nativenativeK,Q,BA; Portugal nativenativeK,T,BB; Romania nativenativeK,BC; Russia (C European Russia nativenativeW, E European Russia nativenativeW, Kaliningrad region nativeW, NW European Russia nativenativeBD, North Caucasus nativenativeA,N, S European Russia nativenativeW); Sardinia nativeF,K; Serbia, with Kosovo nativeBE; Sicily, with Malta nativeK (Malta nativeE, Sicily nativeF); Slovakia nativenativeBF,BG,BH,BI; Slovenia nativeBJ; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra nativeK (Andorra nativeT, Spain nativenativeS,T,BK); Sweden nativenativeK,BL,BM; Switzerland nativenativeK,Q,BN,BO; Tunisia nativeM,BP; Turkey nativenativeC (Turkey, Asiatic part nativenativeC,BQ, Turkey-in-Europe nativeK); Ukraine nativenativeA; Ukraine, with Crimea nativenativeBR,BS

Common Names

Aragonese (Spain): abreñonéBT, arangoneroBT, arangonsBT, arañoneraBT, arañoneroBT, arañonesBT, arañónBT, arañónsBU, artoBU, arto arañoneroBU, arto arañónBU, chinchónBU, endrinoBU, espinauBU, priñoneraBU, priñonéBU, priñóBU, priñónBU; Asturian; Bable; Leonese; Asturleonese (Spain): abruñeiroBU, abruñoBU, abrún/abruísBU, ameixëiraBU, andrinalBU, andrineroBU, andrinoBU, andrinosBU, andrinuBU, andrínBU, bruñoBU, cabarrónBU, cagarrionesBU, endrinosBU, endrinuBU, enobiosBU, escayuBU, espineraBU, espinoBU, espinuBU, espinu andrínBU, espinu negroBU, espinu negruBU, espínBU, nisos pixorrosBU, piruchechoBU, pirulinosBU, prunalBU, prunoBU, prunosBU, prunuBU, prunuandrínBU, ñucilesBU; Basque (Spain): adiolaBU, alcallaroBU, alcaracacheBU, alcaracachiBU, alcarazBU, alcarcaracheBU, anantzaBU, androlBU, aranBU, aran-oriaBU, aran-txmiloaBU, aranaBU, aranbaltzBU, aranbaltzaBU, aranoriBU, arantximilloBU, arantza beltzaBU, arantza-beltzaBU, arantzabaltzBU, aranzeBU, araubaltzaBU, arautzabaltzaBU, arcallaBU, aránBU, ascaracachiBU, astaranaBU, astelorrosaBU, azcaracachoBU, baisakaranBU, baisakaranaBU, baisaranBU, basahanBU, basakaBU, basakaranBU, basakaranaBU, basaranBU, basaranaBU, basarandiaBU, basaranondoaBU, basarantzeaBU, baxakaranaBU, baxaranBU, baxarantzeBU, baxarantzeaBU, baxaxaranBU, belcharanaBU, beltz-arauzaBU, beltzaranBU, beltzarantzaBU, caracacheBU, caracachiBU, carracachulBU, carraculloBU, cernaculBU, elorr-antzaBU, elorr-arantzaBU, elorrarantzaBU, elorri baltzBU, elorri baltzaBU, elorri beltzBU, elorri belzaBU, elorri sagarraBU, elorri-arantzaBU, elorri-beltzaBU, elorri-belzaBU, elorribeltzBU, elorribeltzaBU, elorribelzaBU, elosikeBU, escaracachBU, karatzBU, maisaranBU, mariacruzBU, matxakanaBU, matxakaranBU, maxakaranaBU, maxaranBU, ocallaBU, olorribeltzaBU, patxaranBU, patxaranaBU, patxaránBU, paxakaranaBU, paxaranBU, sabiBU, sabiaBU, sasi-okaranaBU, sasikoaranaBU, sasiokaranBU, txaranBU, txaranaBU, txinbilloBU, txirtxirrio-kanaBU, txori-okaranBU, xerri-adanBU, xerri-ahanBU, xerri-aranBU, zarraculoBU, zarrapitosBU; Catalan; Valencian (Spain): abranyonerBU, agargollerBU, agranyonerBU, andrinéBU, aranyerBU, aranyonBU, aranyonerBU, aranyonsBU, aranyóBU, arañóBU, arc negreBU, arenyóBU, argargollerBU, arinyonerBU, arn negreBU, ars negreBU, arçBU, arç negreBU, arç negre/arços negresBU, arç/arçosBU, arçotBU, barrulerBU, barsaBU, burrunyolerBU, escanya-gatsBU, escanyagatsBU, escaña-gatsBU, espinaletBU, espinauBU, espíBU, espí negreBU, gargollerBU, llagranyBU, llagranyerBU, llampurnerBU, oronyerBU, oronyonerBU, prinyonerBU, priñoBU, priñonBU, priñonéBU, prunellBU, prunellerBU, prunellsBU, pruner falsBU, prunera bordaBU, prunera salvatgeBU, prunyonerBU, uranyonsBU, urinyonsBU; Finnish (Finland): oratuomiBV; Galician (Spain): abrojoBU, abrolloBU, abrunheira-bravaBU, abrunheiro-bravoBU, abrunhoBU, abruñeiraBU, abruñeiroBU, abruñoBU, agruñeiroBU, ambruiñeiroBU, ambruñeiroBU, ameixa bravaBU, ameixeira bravaBU, ameixeiroBU, ameixeiro bravoBU, ameixieiraBU, ameixoeira-bravaBU, andrinaBU, andrinoBU, brunheiroBU, bruñeiroBU, bruñoBU, camboeiroBU, cambroeiroBU, cirola bravaBU, ecambroeiroBU, eguñeiroBU, endrinoBU, endriñoBU, escambroeiroBU, escambruñeiroBU, escambrónBU, espinaBU, espiñeiroBU, espiñoBU, estripeiroBU, estripoBU, freixoBU, gruñeiroBU, gruñosBU, guriñoteBU, guruñosBU, guruñoteBU; Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): ΜαμουτιάBW, Προύνος ο ακανθώδηςBX, αγριοκορομηλιάBW, αρκομηλιάBW, γκοριτσιάBW, γλογκιάBW, πουρνιάBW, τσαπουρνιάBX; High Aragonese (Spain): arañoneroBU, arañón negroBU, artoBU, arto arañoneroBU, arto arañónBU, endrinoBU, priñoneraBU, priñonéBU; Majorcan (Mallorca): aranyonerBU, aranyóBU, arañonerBU, espinaletBU, garanyonerBU, granyonerBU, oroñerBU, oroñonerBU, pruner sauvatgeBU, prunyonerBU, pruñonerBU, pruñoneraBU, pruñonsBU, sarganyerBU; Portuguese (Portugal): abruneiraBU, abrunheira bravaBU, abrunheira-bravaBU, abrunheiro bravoBU, abrunheiro montisinoBU, abrunheiro-bravoBU, abrunhoBU, abrunho carrasquenhoBU, abrunho roxoBU, abrunho-bravoBU, acacia de EuropaBU, acácia-dos-alemâesBU, ameixeira bravaBU, ameixeira-bravaBU, ameixieiraBU, ameixieira bravaBU, ameixieira-bravaBU, ameixoeira bravaBU, ameixoeira-bravaBU, brunheiroBU, brunheiro bravoBU, cagoiceiro-bravoBU, carrascoBU; Spanish; Castilian (Spain): abranalBU, abreculosBU, abrunalBU, abrunoBU, abruñalBU, abruñeroBU, abruñoBU, abruñuBU, acacia bastardaBU, acacia de ciruelas montesinasBU, acacia silvestreBU, agavanzaBU, amargalejaBU, amargalejoBU, andrinaBU, andrinalBU, andrinasBU, andrinillo de monteBU, andrinoBU, andrino montesinoBU, andrinuBU, androlaBU, andrínBU, aprunoBU, arangoneroBU, aranónBU, arañoneroBU, arañonesBU, arañónBU, arañón negroBU, arrascaculosBU, artoBU, arto arañoneroBU, arto negroBU, aránBU, asareroBU, briñónBU, brunalBU, bruneraBU, brunoBU, bruñalBU, bruñeraBU, bruñeroBU, bruñoBU, bruñosBU, cambrónBU, cernaculoBU, cerraculoBU, chilindrinaBU, chilindrinoBU, chinchónBU, cinorrodonBU, ciroletasBU, cirolillaBU, cirolillas de gatoBU, cirolilloBU, ciruela montesinaBU, ciruelica de gatoBU, ciruelicos bordesBU, ciruelicos montesinosBU, ciruelillo endrinoBU, ciruelillo locoBU, cirueloBU, ciruelo amargalejoBU, ciruelo bordeBU, ciruelo de pájaroBU, ciruelo endrinoBU, ciruelo montesinoBU, ciruelo salvajeBU, ciruelo silvestreBU, ciruelo silvestre mayorBU, ciruelo silvestre que lleva los bruñosBU, embrunoBU, endrinaBU, endrinasBU, endrineraBU, endrinoBU, endrino bruneroBU, endrino montésBU, endrino pruneroBU, endrino salvajeBU, endrinosBU, escambronesBU, escambrónBU, escaramujoBU, escayuBU, espinilloBU, espinillo bruñoBU, espinoBU, espino de abrunosBU, espino de perunosBU, espino gatoBU, espino negralBU, espino negroBU, espino peronalBU, espino prunalBU, garañonesBU, gruñoBU, gruñoleraBU, gruñónBU, indrinaBU, ispinuBU, ispinu de andrinasBU, majuelicos bordesBU, marañónBU, negralBU, pacharánBU, perunoBU, pica-picaBU, priñoneroBU, priñonéBU, prunaBU, prunalBU, prunilloBU, prunoBU, prunuBU, pumas de gatoBU, pumica de gatoBU, pumicas de gatoBU, ragañaBU, regañonaBU, rosal silvestreBU, tapaculoBU, zarza loberaBU, zarzarrosaBU; Swedish (Sweden & Finland): slånBV; Valencian (Spain): andrinéBU, aranyerBU, aranyonerBU, aranyonéBU, aranyóBU, arçBU, ciruelo bordBU, endrineraBU, espinalBU, espinaletBU, espinauBU, garranyotéBU, garrañoterBU, priñoBU, priñonBU, priñonéBU, prunyonerBU

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