Prunus cerasifera

Prunus cerasifera

Synonymy

Source: Kurtto, A. (2009+): Rosaceae (pro parte majore). In: Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Prunus cerasifera Ehrh. in Gartenkalender 4: 192. 1784
  • Prunus domestica subsp. cerasifera (Ehrh.) Arcang., Comp. Fl. Ital.: 210. 1882
  • =Prunus myrobalana (L.) Desf., Tabl. École Bot.: 179. 1804
  • =Prunus divaricata Ledeb., Ind. Sem. Horti Dorpat. 1824, Suppl.: 6. 1824
  • =Prunus monticola K. Koch, Ind. Sem. Hort. Berol. 1854, App.: 15. 1854
  • =Prunus pissardii Carrière in Rev. Hort., [sér. 6] 1881: 190. 1881
  • =Padus racemosa (Lam.) C. K. Schneid., Ill. Handb. Laubholzk. 1: 639. 1906
  • =Prunus cerasifera subsp. myrobalana (L.) C. K. Schneid., Ill. Handb. Laubholzk. 1: 632. 1906
  • =Prunus cerasifera subsp. pissardii (Carrière) P. Fourn., Quatre Fl. France: 521. 1936
  • =Prunus caspica Kovalev & Ekimov in Compt.-Rend. (Dokl.) Acad. Sci. URSS, [n. S.] 23: 282. 1939
  • =Prunus sogdiana Vassilcz. in Ref. Nauchno-Issl. Rabot, Otdelenie Biol. Nauk 1945: 5. 1947
  • =Prunus cerasifera subsp. sogdiana (Vassilcz.) Eremin, Alycha: 22. 1969
  • =Prunus divaricata subsp. caspica (Kovalev & Ekimov) Browicz in Rechinger, Fl. Iranica 66: 163. 1969
  • =Prunus cerasifera subsp. caspica (Kovalev & Ekimov) N. N. Luneva in Bot. Žurn. 70: 1489. 1985

Distribution

AE(G) Ab Al Ar Bu Cm Ct Gg Gr Ir dIt Le Mk Rf(CS) Sr Tu(A E) [cAg Au(A) Br Cs Da Ga(C) Ge Hb(E N) He nHo Hs(S) Hu cLi Lt Lu cMa Mo cNo cPo Rm Sk Su cTn] 

Euro+Med not endemicA,B,C: Albania nativeD,E,F,G; Algeria cultivatedH; Armenia nativeI,J; Austria, with Liechtenstein introducedF (Austria introducedK,L); Azerbaijan nativeM,N,O,P,Q; Bulgaria nativeF,R,S,T; Crimea nativeF; Croatia nativeU,V; Czech Republic introducedK,W,X,Y,Z; Denmark introducedF,AA; East Aegean islands (Greek East Aegean islands nativeAB); France, with Channel is. and Monaco introducedF,AC (Channel islands introducedAD); Georgia nativeI,AE; Germany introducedF,K,AF,AG,AH; Great Britain introducedF,AD; Greece nativeF; Hungary introducedF,AI,AJ; Ireland, with N Ireland (Ireland introducedAD, Northern Ireland introducedAD); Israel/Palestine nativeM; Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City native: doubtfully nativeL; Lebanon nativeM; Lebanon-Syria nativeAK; Libya cultivatedH; Lithuania introducedAL; Moldova introducedAM; Morocco cultivatedH,AN,AO; Netherlands naturalisedAP; North Macedonia nativeAQ; Norway cultivatedAR; Poland cultivatedAS; Portugal introducedAT; Romania introducedF,AU; Russia (North Caucasus nativeI,M,N); Serbia, with Kosovo nativeAV; Slovakia introducedW,Y,AW,AX; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra (Spain introducedAT,AY); Sweden introducedAZ; Switzerland introducedK,BA; Tunisia cultivatedH; Turkey (Turkey, Asiatic part nativeAB,BB, Turkey-in-Europe nativeF)

Common Names

Basque (Spain): gerezi-aranondoBC, gerezi-aranondoaBC; Catalan; Valencian (Spain): mirabolanerBC, mirabolàBC, mirobalàBC, mirolabáBC, pruna d'hivernBC, pruneraBC; Finnish (Finland): kirsikkaluumupuuBD; Galician (Spain): mirobálanoBC; Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): Προύνος η κερασιόκαρποςBE, Προύνος ο ΠισσάρδειοςBF, Προύνος ο διεστώςBG; Portuguese (Portugal): abrunheiro-dos-jardinsBC, abrunheiro-mirobolanoBC; Spanish; Castilian (Spain): arañónBC, asareroBC, cirueloBC, ciruelo de flores doblesBC, ciruelo japonésBC, ciruelo mirobalanoBC, ciruelo mirobolanoBC, ciruelo mirobólanoBC, ciruelo púrpuraBC, ciruelo-cerezoBC, mirobolánBC, mirobálanoBC; Swedish (Sweden & Finland): körsbärsplommonBD

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