Alliaria

Alliaria

Synonymy

Source: Marhold, K. (2011+): Brassicaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Alliaria Heist. ex Fabr., Enum., ed. 2: 161. 1759
      Nametype: Alliaria officinalis Andrz. ex M. Bieb.

Distribution

AE Ag Al Ar Au(A) BH Be(B L) Br Bu By Cg Cm Co Cs Ct Cy Da Es Fe Ga(F) Ge Gg Gr Hb(E) He Ho Hs(A S) Hu It LS La Lt Lu Ma Mk Mo No Po Rf Rm Si(S) Sk Sl Sr Su Tn Tu(A E) Uk [aIs] 

Euro+Med: Albania native; Algeria native; Armenia native; Austria, with Liechtenstein native (Austria native); Belarus native; Belgium, with Luxembourg native (Belgium native, Luxembourg native); Bosnia-Herzegovina native; Bulgaria native; Corsica native; Crimea native; Croatia native; Cyprus native; Czech Republic native; Denmark native; East Aegean islands native; Estonia native; Finland native; Former Yugoslavia native; France, with Channel is. and Monaco (France native); Georgia native; Germany native; Great Britain native; Greece native; Hungary native; Iceland casual; Ireland, with N Ireland native (Ireland native); Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City native; Latvia native; Lebanon-Syria native; Lithuania native; Moldova native; Montenegro native; Morocco native; Netherlands native; North Macedonia native; Norway native; Poland native; Portugal native; Romania native; Russia native; Serbia, with Kosovo native; Sicily, with Malta native (Sicily native); Slovakia native; Slovenia native; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra native (Andorra native, Spain native); Sweden native; Switzerland native; Tunisia native; Turkey (Turkey, Asiatic part native, Turkey-in-Europe native); Ukraine native

Common Names

Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan): SarιmsaqotuA; Bulgarian (Bulgaria): ЛъжичинаB; Estonian (Estonia): KõdrikC; Finnish (Finland): litulaukatD; Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): ΑλλιαρίαE; Latvian (Latvia): ĶiploceneC; Lithuanian (Lithuania): ČesnakūnėC; Romanian (Moldova): УстуроицэF; Russian (Azerbaijan): ЧесночникA; Russian (Moldova): ЧесночницаF; Russian (Russia): ЧесночницаG; Russian (Ukraine): Конский чеснокH; Swedish (Sweden & Finland): löktravarD; Ukrainian (Ukraine): кiнський часникH

Bibliography

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E. Kabbadas, D. S. 1957–1964: Eikonographemenon botanikon-phytologikon lexikon. – Athenai
F. Gejdeman, T. S. 1986: Opredelitel' vysših rastenij Moldavskoj SSR, ed. 3. – Kisinev: Shtiintza
G. Fedorov, A. A. 1979: Flora Partis europaeae URSS 4. – Leningrad
H. Prokudin, J. N. 1999: Opredelitel’ vysših rastenij Ukrainy