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Prunus spinosa

Internationalization
Հայերեն: Մամուխ[1]
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Arpetan: Belociér[1]
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Català: Aranyoner[1]
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Čeština: Trnka obecná[1]
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Dansk: Slåen[1]
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Deutsch: Schlehdorn, Schlehe, Schwarzdorn[2]
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English: Blackthorn[3]
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Español: Endrino[1]
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Français : Prunellier[1], Epine-noire, Prunier epineux[2]
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Furlan: Sespâr[1]
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Galego: Abruñeiro[1]
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Hornjoserbsce: Dorničel[1]
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Italiano: Prugno selvatico, Prugno spinoso[2]
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Limburgs: Sjlièkreek[1]
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Magyar: Kökény[1]
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Nederlands: Sleedoorn[2]
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日本語: スピノサスモモ[1]
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Norsk bokmål: Slåpetorn[1]
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Polski: Śliwa tarnina[1]
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Português: Abrunheiro[2]
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Русский: Тёрн[1]
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Slovenščina: črni trn[2]
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Suomi: Oratuomi[1]
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Svenska: Slån[2]
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Українська: Терен[1]
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Name
Prunus spinosa
Family
Rosaceae

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ReferencesEdit

  1. a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r Wikipedia interwiki links, retrieved on 2009-01-11
  2. a b c d e f g Prunus spinosa L. at FloVegSi, retrieved on 2009-01-11
  3. BSBI Database, retrieved on 2009-01-02