Rubus ulmifolius

Rubus ulmifolius

Synonymy

Source: Kurtto, A. & Weber, H. E. (2009+): Rubus. – In: Kurtto, A. (ed.): Rosaceae. Euro+Med Plantbase - the information resource for Euro-Mediterranean plant diversity.
Rubus ulmifolius Schott in Isis (Oken) 2: 821. 1818
    • =Rubus panormitanus Tineo, Pl. Rar. Sicil.: 24. 1817
    • =Rubus discolor Weihe & Nees, Rubi Germ.: 46, t. 20. 1825
    • Rubus villicaulis subsp. discolor (Weihe & Nees) Čelak., Prodr. Fl. Böhmen 3: 639. 1875
    • =Rubus siculus C. Presl, Fl. Sicul. 1: 24. 1826
    • =Rubus hispanicus Willk. in Bot. Zeitung (Berlin) 2: 819. 1844
    • =Rubus rusticanus Mercier in Reuter, Cat. Pl. Vasc. Genève, ed. 2: 279. 1861
    • =Rubus bellidiflorus Petz. & G. Kirchn., Arbor. Muscav.: 227. 1864
    • =Rubus fruticosus subsp. discolor (Weihe & Nees) Syme, Engl. Bot., ed. 3B, 3: 171. 1864
    • =Rubus albescens Boulay & Gillot in Boulay, Assoc. Rub.: no. 216. 1877
    • =Rubus discolor subsp. ulmifolius (Schott) Nyman, Consp. Fl. Eur. 1: 217. 1878, nom. illeg.
    • =Rubus crispulus Gand. in Mém. Soc. Émul. Doubs, sér. 5 8: 157. 1884
    • =Rubus legioniensis Gand. in Mém. Soc. Émul. Doubs, sér. 5 8: 121. 1884
    • =Rubus oculus-junonis Gand. in Mém. Soc. Émul. Doubs, sér. 5 8: 173. 1884
    • =Rubus aetneus Tornab., Fl. Sicul.: 229. 1887
    • =Rubus valentinus Pau, Not. Bot. Fl. Españ. 1: 11. 1887
    • =Rubus discolor subsp. rusticanus (Mercier) Nyman, Consp. Fl. Eur. Suppl. 2(1): 106. 1889
    • =Rubus cocullotinus Evers in Deutsche Bot. Monatsschr. 13: 148. 1895
    • =Rubus tridentinus Evers in Deutsche Bot. Monatsschr. 13: 148. 1895
    • =Rubus ulmifolius subsp. rusticanus (Mercier) Focke in Ascherson & Graebner, Syn. Mitteleur. Fl. 6(1): 501. 1902
    • =Rubus simusifolius Sennen, Pl. Espagne 1925: no. 6067. 1927
    • =Rubus bujedanus Sennen in Bol. Soc. Iber. Ci. Nat. 26: 184. 1928
    • =Rubus castellanus Sennen in Bol. Soc. Iber. Ci. Nat. 26: 183. 1928
    • =Rubus gerundensis Sennen, Diagn. Nouv.: 43. 1936
    • "Rubus inermis" auct.

    Distribution

    Ag Al ?Au dAz(C F G J L M P S T) BH Be(B L) Bl(I M N) Br dCa(C G H P T) Co -Cr -Cs Ct Ga(C F) Ge Hb(E N) He Ho Hs(A S) It -Le ?Li Lu Ma dMd(D M P) Mk Sa Si(M S) -Sk Sl -Sr Tn -Tu(E) -UC [Da] 

    Euro+Med endemicA,B,C,D,E,F,G,H,I,J: Albania nativeK; Algeria nativeJ,L; Austria, with Liechtenstein native: presence questionableM; Azores native: doubtfully nativeM,N (Corvo native: doubtfully nativeN, Faial native: doubtfully nativeN, Flores native: doubtfully nativeN, Graciosa native: doubtfully nativeN, Pico native: doubtfully nativeN, Santa Maria native: doubtfully nativeN, São Jorge native: doubtfully nativeN, São Miguel native: doubtfully nativeN, Terceira native: doubtfully nativeN); Baleares nativeO (Ibiza nativeB,P,Q, Mallorca nativeB,P,Q, Menorca nativeB,P,Q); Belgium, with Luxembourg nativeO (Belgium nativeM, Luxembourg nativeR); Bosnia-Herzegovina nativeM; Canary islands (Gomera native: doubtfully nativeN, Gran Canaria native: doubtfully nativeN, Hierro native: doubtfully nativeN, La Palma native: doubtfully nativeN, Tenerife native: doubtfully nativeN); Corsica nativeA,C,O; Crete, with Karpathos native: reported in errorM; Croatia nativeS,T,U; Czech Republic native: reported in errorM; Denmark introducedM,V; France, with Channel is. and Monaco nativeD,O (Channel islands nativeM, France nativeM); Germany nativeO,R,W,X,Y; Great Britain nativeO; Ireland, with N Ireland nativeO (Ireland nativeZ, Northern Ireland nativeM); Italy, with San Marino and Vatican City nativeO,AA; Lebanon native: reported in errorM; Libya native: presence questionableM; Madeira archipelago native: doubtfully nativeN (Desertas native: doubtfully nativeN, Madeira island native: doubtfully nativeN,AB, Porto Santo native: doubtfully nativeN); Morocco nativeL,AC,AD; Netherlands nativeO; North Macedonia nativeM; Portugal nativeB,F,O; Sardinia nativeG,O; Serbia, with Kosovo native: reported in errorM; Sicily, with Malta nativeO (Malta nativeE, Sicily nativeG); Slovakia native: reported in errorM; Slovenia nativeAE; Spain, with Gibraltar and Andorra nativeO (Andorra nativeB,AF, Spain nativeB,P,AG); Switzerland nativeO,R,AH; Tunisia nativeI,L; Turkey (Turkey-in-Europe native: reported in errorM); Ukraine, with Crimea native: reported in errorM

    Common Names

    Aragonese (Spain): barzaAI, barzasAI, barzeroAI, chargaAI, chargueraAI, masuraAI, morasAI, moreraAI, zarzaAI, zarzamoraAI, zarzamorasAI, zarzasAI; Asturian; Bable; Leonese; Asturleonese (Spain): amoraAI, amouraAI, artoAI, artuAI, bardaAI, barduAI, bardu montésAI, esbarduAI, escayosAI, escayuAI, escayu negralAI, escoba de peñaAI, espinuAI, moralAI, moreiraAI, silvaAI, zarzaAI; Basque (Spain): arantzaAI, asuAI, asu arantzaAI, asuarrAI, azuarrAI, berroAI, elorri larrAI, endratxaAI, esilarragaAI, gaparrAI, kaparrarrteAI, kehelaAI, laharrAI, laparrAI, larAI, larrAI, larr xistacoAI, larre-martzukaAI, lartzaAI, larzaAI, marguAI, marguziAI, marthotxAI, martotxAI, martxotxaAI, martzokaAI, narAI, narrAI, sasiAI, sasiaAI, tartaAI, zarzúAI, zearrnarraAI; Catalan; Valencian (Spain): abarserAI, abartaAI, abarterAI, abartraAI, abarzerAI, abatzerAI, abracerAI, albarzerAI, barderAI, barder/bardersAI, barders blancsAI, barders de rostollAI, bardisaAI, bardissaAI, bardissa/bardissesAI, barsaAI, barseraAI, barsesAI, barsigueraAI, barzaAI, barzalAI, barzerAI, batzerAI, braserAI, caps de barderAI, chargueraAI, charraAI, esbarzerAI, esbarzer comúAI, esbarzer de móresAI, esbarzeraAI, esberserAI, moraAI, morelleraAI, moreraAI, morera salvatgeAI, morillaAI, morilleraAI, mòraAI, mòresAI, móraAI, móresAI, roguemerAI, romagueraAI, romeguerAI, romegueraAI, romeguera de pastorAI, romeguera/romegueresAI, romiguerAI, romigueraAI, roser de pastorAI, sarments del dimoniAI, sarsaAI, verdersAI, zarzamorraAI; Galician (Spain): amora-bravaAI, gromoAI, moras de silvaAI, sarçaAI, silvaAI, silvadoAI, silveiraAI; Greek, Modern (1453-) (East Aegean Islands): αγριόβατοςAJ, βάτοςAJ; Greek, Modern (1453-) (Greece): αγριόβατοςAK, αρκόβατοςAK, βαβάτσιναAK, βαδκιάAK, βατσινιάAK, βράμοςAK, μοραντζίδαAK; High Aragonese (Spain): berzaAI, chargaAI, chargueraAI, masuraAI, moreraAI; Majorcan (Mallorca): abatzerAI, abatzer de Sant FrancescAI, batzerAI, bracerAI, romaguerAI; Majorcan (Menorca): abatzerAI; Portuguese (Portugal): amora-bravaAI, sarçaAI, silvaAI, silva de S. FranciscoAI, silva de Sâo FranciscoAI, silva sem espinhosAI, silvadoAI; Spanish; Castilian (Spain): amoraAI, amuralAI, bardaAI, bardalAI, bardoAI, escayuAI, espárragos de las zarzasAI, moraAI, mora migueleñaAI, mora morroneraAI, mora perruneraAI, mora sanmigueleñaAI, moralAI, parvillaAI, rajaAI, sangüezaAI, sarzaAI, silvarAI, uriaAI, zarzaAI, zarza comúnAI, zarza de las morasAI, zarza de mora encarnadaAI, zarza de mora negraAI, zarza moraAI, zarza moreraAI, zarza-moraAI, zarzalAI, zarzalesAI, zarzamoraAI, zarzamora de monteAI, zarzamorasAI, zarzasAI, zarzas de morasAI; Spanish; Castilian (Tenerife): moriangaAI; Valencian (Spain): abracerAI, albarzerAI, albarçeAI, albarçerAI, alberçerAI, ambarzerAI, barcelesAI, barsaAI, barzaAI, barzalAI, chargueraAI, charraAI, esbarcerAI, esbartzerAI, esbarzerAI, romagueraAI, romegueraAI, romigueraAI, sarsaAI, sarsalAI, sarsal de montesAI, sarsal de móresAI, sarsoAI, zarzamorraAI

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