Senecio ovatus subsp. ovatus

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Senecio ovatus subsp. ovatus

Taxonavigation[edit]

Taxonavigation: Asterales 
Classification System: APG IV

Superregnum: Eukaryota
Regnum: Plantae
Cladus: Angiosperms
Cladus: Eudicots
Cladus: Core eudicots
Cladus: Asterids
Cladus: Euasterids II
Ordo: Asterales

Familia: Asteraceae
Subfamilia: Asteroideae
Tribus: Senecioneae
Subtribus: Senecioninae
Genus: Senecio
Species: Senecio ovatus
Subspecies: Senecio ovatus subsp. ovatus

Name[edit]

Senecio ovatus subsp. ovatus autonym

Synonyms[edit]

  • Homotypic
  • Heterotypic
    • Senecio commutatus var. angustifolius Spenn., Fl. Friburg. 2: 525. 1826.
      • Senecio sarracenicus var. angustifolius (Spenn.) Godr. in Grenier & Godron, Fl. France 2: 118. 1850.
    • Senecio commutatus F.Heller, Fl. Wirceb. 2: 293. 1811, nom. illeg.
    • Senecio fuchsii var. expansus (Boiss. & Heldr.) Hayek, Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. Beih. 30(2): 678. 1931.
    • Senecio fuchsii C.C.Gmel., Fl. Bad. 3: 444. 1808.
      • Senecio nemorensis subsp. fuchsii (C.C.Gmel.) Ces. in Cattaneo, Not. Nat. Civ. Lombardia 1: 302. 1844.
      • Senecio nemorensis subsp. fuchsii (C.C.Gmel.) Celak., Prodr. Fl. Böhm. 241. 1871 comb. superfl.
      • Jacobaea fuchsii (C.C.Gmel.) C.A.Mey., Verz. Pfl. Casp. Meer.: 81. 1831.
      • Senecio nemorensis var. fuchsii (C.C.Gmel.) Schmitz & Regel, Fl. Bonn. 264. 1841.
      • Senecio sarracenicus subsp. fuchsii (C.C.Gmel.) Bonnier in Bonnier & Douin, Fl. Compl. France, Suisse & Belg. 5: 83. 1922.
    • Senecio nemophilus Dum., Fl. Belg. Prod. 66. 1827. nom. illeg.
    • Senecio commutatus var. oblongifolius Spenn., Fl. Friburg. 2: 525. 1826.
    • Senecio nemorensis Spielart pentaglossus Wender., Fl. Hass.: 293. 1846.
    • Senecio salicifolius Wallr., Sched. Crit. 478. 1822. nom. illeg.
    • Senecio fuchsii var. salicifolius Wallr. ex Woerl., Deutsche Bot. Monatsschr. 3(10–11): 160. 1885.
      • Senecio nemorensis f. salicifolius (Wallroth ex Woerlein) Hegi, Ill. Fl. Mittel-Eur. 6(2): 760. 1928. nom. inval.
    • Jacobaea sarracenica Walther, Fl. Giessen 682. 1802, nom. illeg.
    • Senecio fuchsii var. adnatus A.Ortmann in Glückselig, Der elbogner Kreis des Königreichs Böhmen 1842: 88, nom. inval.
    • Senecio fuchsii var. incisoserratus A.Ortmann in Glückselig, Der elbogner Kreis des Königreichs Böhmen 1842: 88, nom. inval.
    • Senecio fuchsii var. maximus A.Ortmann in Glückselig, Der elbogner Kreis des Königreichs Böhmen 1842: 88, nom. inval.
    • Senecio fuchsii var. pubescens A.Ortmann in Glückselig, Der elbogner Kreis des Königreichs Böhmen 1842: 88, nom. inval.
    • Senecio fuchsii var. virescens A.Ortmann in Glückselig, Der elbogner Kreis des Königreichs Böhmen 1842: 88, nom. inval.
    • Senecio fuchsii var. vulgaris A.Ortmann in Glückselig, Der elbogner Kreis des Königreichs Böhmen 1842: 88, nom. inval.
  • Misapplied names
    • Senecio doria auctorum, sensu Wibel, Prim. fl. Werthemensis: 164. 1799.
    • Senecio nemorensis auctorum, sensu C.C.Gmelin, Fl. Bad. 3: 441. 1808.
    • Senecio sarracenicus auctorum, sensu Pollich, Hist. pl. Palat. 2: 460. 1777.
    • Senecio sarracenicus C.C.Gmel., Fl. Bad. 3: 443. 1808, non L.
    • Senecio sylvaticus Nestl. ex DC., Prodr. 6: 353. 1838, non L.

References[edit]

Vernacular names[edit]

čeština: Starček Fuchsův
Cymraeg: Creulys y coed
Deutsch: Fuchssches Greiskraut
English: Wood ragwort
español: Séneçon de Fuchs
suomi: Harsuvillakko
français: Séneçon de Fuchs
magyar: Lilásszárú aggófű
italiano: Senecione di Fuchs
Nederlands: Schaduwkruiskruid
polski: Starzec Fuchsa
slovenčina: starček Fuchsov
svenska: Glesstånds

Distribution[edit]

Native distribution areas:
  • Continental: Europe
    • Regional: Northern Europe (introduced)
      • Great Britain, Norway, Sweden
    • Regional: Middle Europe
      • Austria (plus Liechtenstein), Belgium (plus Luxembourg), former Czechoslovakia (Czech Republic, Slovakia), Germany, Hungary, Netherlands, Poland, Switzerland
    • Regional: Southwestern Europe
      • Corse, France
    • Regional: Southeastern Europe
      • Albania, Bulgaria, Greece, Italy, Romania, former Yugoslavia (Bosnia-Herzegovina, Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia, Montenegro)
    • Regional: Eastern Europe
      • Ukraine (excl. Moldova)

References: Brummitt, R.K. 2001. TDGW – World Geographical Scheme for Recording Plant Distributions, 2nd Edition