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Euphorbia chamaesyce  L.
Taxonomic Serial No.: 1026199

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 Taxonomy and Nomenclature
       
  Kingdom: Plantae  
  Taxonomic Rank: Species  
  Synonym(s): Anisophyllum chamaesyce (L.) Haw.
 
    Euphorbia pinnulosa Lojac.
 
    Anisophyllum vaticanum Gand.
 
    Euphorbia vaticana (Gand.) Gand.
 
    Ditritra rotundifolia Raf.
 
    Euphorbia canescens L.
 
    Chamaesyce vulgaris Prokh.
 
    Euphorbia libassii Lojac.
 
    Euphorbia massiliensis DC.
 
    Chamaesyce canescens (L.) Prokh.
 
    Chamaesyce massiliensis (DC.) Galushko
 
    Chamaesyce chamaesyce (L.) Hurus.
 
    Euphorbia prostrata Burch. ex Hemsl.
 
    Tithymalus chamaesyce (L.) Moench
 
    Euphorbia perforata Tineo ex Lojac.
 
    Tithymalus nummularius Lam.
 
    Xamesike palestina Raf.
 
    Xamesike vulgaris Raf.
 
    Xamesike xamobala Raf.
 
    Chamaesyce canescens ssp. massiliensis (DC.) Soják
 
    Chamaesyce canescens ssp. glabra (Roep.) Soják
 
    Chamaesyce vulgaris ssp. massiliensis (DC.) Benedí & Orell
 
    Euphorbia chamaesyce var. glabra Roep.
 
    Euphorbia chamaesyce var. canescens (L.) Boiss.
 
    Euphorbia chamaesyce var. glabriuscula Lange
 
    Euphorbia chamaesyce var. massiliensis (DC.) Thell.
 
    Euphorbia chamaesyce var. pilosa Roep.
 
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  Current Standing: accepted  
       
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  Record Credibility Rating: verified - standards met  
       

 Taxonomic Hierarchy
       
 KingdomPlantae  – plantes, Planta, Vegetal, plants  
    SubkingdomViridiplantae  – green plants  
       InfrakingdomStreptophyta  – land plants  
          SuperdivisionEmbryophyta   
             DivisionTracheophyta  – vascular plants, tracheophytes  
                SubdivisionSpermatophytina  – spermatophytes, seed plants, phanérogames  
                   ClassMagnoliopsida   
                      SuperorderRosanae   
                         OrderMalpighiales   
                            FamilyEuphorbiaceae  – spurge, euphorbes  
                               GenusEuphorbia L. – spurge  
                                  SpeciesEuphorbia chamaesyce L.  
       

 References
       
  Expert(s):    
  Expert: Paul E. Berry, PhD  
  Notes: Director, University of Michigan Herbarium   
  Reference for: Euphorbia chamaesyce    
       
  Other Source(s):    
  Source: Euphorbia Planetary Biodiversity Inventory database, database (version 2016)  
  Acquired: 2016   
  Notes: Riina, R. and Berry, P.E. (coordinators). 2016. Euphorbia Planetary Biodiversity Inventory database. Available from Tolkin (http://app.tolkin.org/projects/72/taxa)   
  Reference for: Euphorbia chamaesyce   
       
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 Geographic Information
       
  Geographic Division: Europe & Northern Asia (excluding China)  
    Southern Asia  
       
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