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Group: Dicot Rank: species Kind: Name of a new Taxon Herbarium Placement: Monsanto, 3rd, D, 280

Authors: Published In: Species Plantarum 2: 848. 1753. (1 May 1753) (Sp. Pl.) Name publication detailView in BotanicusView in Biodiversity Heritage Library
Annotation: as "Absinthium"
Type-Protologue
Locality: Habitat in Europae ruderatis aridis
Type Specimens
New Name:
!Absinthium vulgare Lam. 
*Absinthium officinale Brot. 
Higher Taxa:     Taxonomy Browser
Concept:    details Projects: Bolivia , China , Ecuador , IPCN , Madidi Checklist , Mesoamericana , Missouri , Pakistan , Paraguay , Peru

Common Names:
  • absinth (English, Canada)
  • Absinth wormwood (United States, Hughes, South Dakota)
    • No References available
  • absinth wormwood (English, United States)
  • absinthe (English, United States)
  • absinthium (English, United States)
  • agenjo (Venezuela)
    • Reference article Ernst. 1865. 144.
  • ajenco (Argentina)
    • Reference article Martínez. 1981a. 107–108.
  • ajenjo (Argentina)
    • Reference article Martínez. 1981a. 107–108.
  • ajenjo (Chile)
    • Reference article San Martín. 1983. 219.
  • ajenjo (Colombia)
    • Reference article García. 1975b. 306–307.
  • ajenjo (Paraguay)
    • Reference article Arenas & Moreno. 1977. 299.
  • ajenjo (Peru)
    • Reference article Roersch & van der Hoogte. 1988. 19–24.
  • ajenjo (Venezuela)
    • Reference article Rodríguez. 1989. 48–49.
  • Ajenjo (Spanish, Honduras)
    • Reference article Davidse, G., M. Sousa Sánchez, S. Knapp & F. Chiang Cabrera. 2018. Asteraceae. 5(2): i–xix, 1–608. In G. Davidse, M. Sousa Sánchez, S. Knapp & F. Chiang Cabrera (eds.) Fl. Mesoamer.. Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis.
  • ajenjo (absinthe) (Venezuela)
    • Reference article Morton. 1975. 99.
  • ajenjo de sierra (Venezuela)
    • Reference article Rodríguez. 1989. 48–49.
  • ajinku (Aymara (Callawaya), Bolivia)
    • Reference article Bastien. 1987. 99.
  • aluina (Brazil)
    • Reference article Corrêa. 1969. 683–684.
  • alvina (Brazil)
    • Reference article Corrêa. 1969. 683–684.
  • artemisia (Venezuela)
    • Reference article Rodríguez. 1989. 48–49.
  • hanqás (Peru)
    • Reference article Franquemont et al. 1990. 53.
  • herva-dos-vermes (Brazil)
    • Reference article Corrêa. 1969. 683–684.
  • herva-santa (Brazil)
    • Reference article Corrêa. 1969. 683–684.
  • hierba dulce (Chile)
    • Reference article Smith. 1982. 198.
  • losna (Brazil)
    • Reference article Corrêa. 1969. 683–684.
  • losna (Brazil, Pará)
    • Reference article Smith. 1982. 198.
  • losna (Portuguese, Brazil, São Paulo)
    • Reference article Begossi et al. 1993. 252.
  • nayqatamisa (Aymara (Callawaya), Bolivia)
    • Reference article Bastien. 1987. 99.
  • Santa Lucia (Peru)
    • Reference article Franquemont et al. 1990. 53.
  • wormwood (Brazil, São Paulo)
    • Reference article Begossi et al. 1993. 252.
  • wormwood (English, United States)
  • zhong ya ku hao (pinyin, China)
    • Reference article Flora of China Editorial Committee. 2011. Flora of China (Asteraceae). 20–21: 1–992. In C. Y. Wu, P. H. Raven & D. Y. Hong (eds.) Fl. China. Science Press & Missouri Botanical Garden Press, Beijing & St. Louis.
Keywords: BOL, CEC, FCC, FNA, MC, PAK, IPCN

 
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