Cerastium dichotomum

Cerastium dichotomum

Synonymy

Source: Marhold, K. (2011+): Caryophyllaceae. – In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Cerastium dichotomum L., Sp. Pl.: 438. 1753

    Distribution

    Ab(A) Ag Ar Cr Cy ?Eg Gg Gr Hs(S) Ir Jo Li -Lu Ma Mk Rf(CS) Sn Sy Tu(A) [Ga(F)] 

    Euro+Med not endemicA,B,C: Algeria nativeD; Armenia nativeE,F; Azerbaijan nativeF,G (Azerbaijan (core) nativeG); Crete, with Karpathos nativeB,D; Cyprus nativeC,D; Egypt native: presence questionableD; France, with Channel is. and Monaco (France introducedD); Georgia nativeF; Greece nativeB,D,H; Israel/Palestine nativeI,J; Israel/Palestine-Jordan nativeD,K; Jordan nativeJ; Lebanon-Syria nativeD; Libya nativeD; Morocco nativeD,L; North Macedonia nativeM; Portugal native: reported in errorD; Russia (North Caucasus nativeF); Sinai nativenativeA,D,J; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra nativeD,H (Spain nativeN,O); Syria nativeJ; Turkey (Turkey, Asiatic part nativenativeD)

    Common Names

    Azerbaijani (Azerbaijan): Һачалы дəли ҹинҹилимG; English (Turkey): StarwortP; Finnish (Finland): hankahärkkiQ; French (France): Céraiste dichotomeR; German (Turkey): HornkrautP; Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): Κεράστιον το διχότομονS; Hebrew (Israel): קַרְנוּנִית דּוּ-בַּדִּיתT, קרנונית מדוקרנתT; Spanish; Castilian (Spain): alcubillaU, cabeza de tordoU; Swedish (Sweden & Finland): gaffelarvQ; Swedish (Sweden): gaffelarvV, hankahärkkiV; Turkish (Turkey): Boynuz otuP

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