Lapsana

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Lapsana

Common names

Albanian (Albania): LapsaneA,1; Arabic (Lebanon): خَفَجB,1; Arabic (Syria): خَفَجC,1; Armenian (Armenia): ԽարբուկD,1; Bulgarian (Bulgaria): СгърбунE,1; Czech (Czech Republic): KapustkaF,1; Estonian (Estonia): LinnukapsasG,1; French (Corse): LapsaneH,1; German (Germany): RainkohlI,1; Hebrew (Israel): לַפְּסָנָהJ,1, לפסנהJ,1; Italian (Italy): LassanaK,1; Latvian (Latvia): SalāteneG,1; Lithuanian (Lithuania): GaivaG,1; Polish (Poland): ŁoczygaL,1; Romanian (Moldova): Ярба сгайбейM,1; Russian (Armenia): БородавникD,1; Swedish (Sweden): HarkålN,1; Turkish (Turkey): ŞebrekO
1. recommended

Chromosome numbers

Diploid, x = 7.P

Distribution

Africa: Algerianative; Azoresnative; Canary Is.native: doubtfully native; Cape Provinces (Western Cape Provinceintroduced); Madeiranative; Morocconative; Réunionintroduced; Tunisianative Asia-Temperate: Altaynative; East Aegean Is.native; Irannative; Iraqnative; Kazakhstannative; Kirgizistannative; Koreaintroduced; Krasnoyarsknative; Lebanon-Syria (Lebanonnative, Syrianative); North Caucasusnative (Dagestannative, Kabardino-Balkariyanative, Karacheyevo-Cherkessiyanative, Krasnodarnative, Severo-Osetiyanative, Stavropolnative); Palestine (Israelnative, Jordannative); Sakhalinintroduced; Transcaucasus (Abkhaziyanative, Adzhariyanative, Armenianative, Azerbaijannative, Georgianative, Nakhichevannative); Turkeynative; West Siberianative Asia-Tropical: Pakistannative; West Himalaya (Jammu-Kashmirnative) Australasia: Kermadec Is.introduced; New South Wales (Australian Capital Territoryintroduced, New South Walesintroduced); New Zealand Northintroduced; New Zealand Southintroduced; Queensland (Queenslandintroduced); South Australiaintroduced; Tasmaniaintroduced; Victoriaintroduced Europe: Albanianative; Austrianative (Austrianative, Liechtensteinnative); Balearesnative; Baltic States (Estonianative, Kaliningradnative, Latvianative, Lithuanianative); Belarusnative; Belgiumnative (Belgiumnative, Luxembourgnative); Bulgarianative; Central European Russianative; Corsenative; Czechoslovakia (Czech Republicnative, Slovakianative); Denmarknative; East European Russianative; Finlandnative; Francenative; Germanynative; Great Britainnative; Greecenative; Hungarynative; Icelandintroduced; Irelandnative (Irelandnative, Northern Irelandnative); Italynative; Krymnative; Netherlandsnative; North European Russianative; Northwest European Russianative; Norwaynative; Polandnative; Portugalnative; Romanianative; Sardegnanative; Sicilynative (Sicilynative); South European Russianative; Spainnative (Andorranative, Spainnative); Swedennative; Switzerlandnative; Turkey-in-Europenative; Ukraine (Moldovanative, Ukrainenative); Yugoslavia (Bosnia-Herzegovinanative, Croatianative, Macedonianative: presence questionable, Montenegronative, Serbianative, Slovenianative) Northern America: Alaskaintroduced; Albertaintroduced; Arizonaintroduced; Arkansasintroduced; British Columbiaintroduced; Californiaintroduced; Coloradointroduced; Connecticutintroduced; Greenlandintroduced; Idahointroduced; Illinoisintroduced; Indianaintroduced; Kentuckyintroduced; Maineintroduced; Manitobaintroduced; Marylandintroduced; Massachusettsintroduced; Mexico Central (México Stateintroduced); Michiganintroduced; Missouriintroduced; New Brunswickintroduced; New Jerseyintroduced; New Yorkintroduced; Newfoundland (Newfoundlandintroduced); North Carolinaintroduced; North Dakotaintroduced; Nova Scotiaintroduced; Ohiointroduced; Oklahomaintroduced; Ontariointroduced; Oregonintroduced; Pennsylvaniaintroduced; Prince Edward I.introduced; Québecintroduced; Rhode I.introduced; Saskatchewanintroduced; Tennesseeintroduced; Texasintroduced; Utahintroduced; Vermontintroduced; Virginiaintroduced; Washingtonintroduced; West Virginiaintroduced; Wisconsinintroduced Southern America: Argentina Northeast (Buenos Airesintroduced, Córdobaintroduced); Argentina South (Neuquénintroduced); Boliviaintroduced; Chile Central (Biobíointroduced, Coquimbointroduced, La Araucaniaintroduced, Mauleintroduced, O'Higginsintroduced, Santiagointroduced, Valparaísointroduced); Chile South (Aisénintroduced, Los Lagosintroduced); Dominican Republicintroduced; Haiti (Haitinative); Jamaicaintroduced; Juan Fernández Is.introduced; Venezuelaintroduced

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