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List of names matching "Medicago minima"
Status Name
accepted Medicago minima (L.) L.
synonym Medicago minima (L.) Bartal.

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Medicago minima


Accepted name

Medicago minima (L.) L.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13

Synonyms

Medicago hirsuta (L.) All.1
Medicago minima (L.) Bartal.14, 15
Medicago minima (L.) Bartal. subsp. brevispina (Benth.)Ponert1
Medicago minima (L.) Bartal. var. compacta Neyraut16
Medicago minima (L.) Bartal. var. longiseta DC.16
Medicago minima (L.) Bartal. subsp. ononidea Rouy1
Medicago mollissima Roth1
Medicago ononidea (Rouy) A.W. Hill1
Medicago polymorpha L. var. minima L.1, 2, 3, 15
Medicago pulchella Lowe1
Medicago recta (Desf.) Willd.1

Taxonomy

Tribe: Trifolieae;  Genus: Medicago

Vernacular names

Bur Medic17; Bur Medic18; Bur Medic19; Bur Medick17; Bur Medick20; Bur Medick21; Bur Medick22; Burclover23; Karym Oshagan (Kaz)15; Karym Oshagan (Kaz)11; Kleiner Schneckenklee24; Kleiner Schneckenklee25; Little Bur Medick26; Little Medick17; Luzerne naine (Fr)27; Luzerne naine (Fr)28; Lyutzerna Malaya (Rus)11; Lyutzerna Malenkaya (Rus)10; Small Medick26; Woolly Bur Medick29; Woolly Burr Medic30; Yopishkok Beda (Uzb)15; Yopishkok Beda (Uzb)11; Yununchkai Khurd (Tadzh)15; Yununchkai Khurd (Tadzh)31; Zwerg-Schneckenklee (Ge)27; Zwerg-Schneckenklee (Ge)32

Descriptors

Perennial non-climbing herb;  not threatened

Uses

Forage17; Forage33; Forage15; Forage34; Weed17; Weed15; Weed10


Geographical records

Africa17:   Algeria(N)1, Canary Is(N)17, Djibouti(N)35, Egypt(N)1, Ethiopia(U)36, Libya(N)1, Morocco(N)1, Socotra(U)36, Somalia(N)36, South Africa(I)17, Sudan(N)37, Tunisia(N)1

Asia3, 4, 8, 15, 17, 18, 36, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 43:   Afghanistan(N)40, Armenia(N)15, 44, Azerbaijan(N)15, China(N)8, 38, Gruzia(N)15, India(N)3, 18, 42, 43, Iran(N)39, Iraq(N)17, Japan(I)41, Kazakhstan(N)15, Kirgizstan(N)15, Pakistan(N)4, Russia in Asia(N)15, Tadzhikistan(N)15, Turkmenistan(N)15, Uzbekistan(N)15

Australasia45, 46:   Australia(I)45, 46, Tasmania(I)45

Australia:   Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, Victoria, Western Australia

Azerbaijan:   Azerbaijan*5, 47, Nakhichevan5, 15, 47

Belarus:   Brest15, 48, Minsk15, 48, 49

Europe1, 15, 19, 21, 24, 25, 27, 50, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57:   Albania(N)1, 50, Austria(N)50, Balearic Is(N)1, 50, Belarus(I)15, Belgium(N)27, 57, Bulgaria(N)1, 50, 55, Corsica(N)1, 50, Crete(N)1, 50, 54, Czech Republic & Slovakia(N)50, Denmark(N)50, Estonia(I)15, 58, former Yugoslavia(N)1, 50, France(N)1, 50, Germany(N)50, Great Britain(N)19, 21, 50, Greece(N)1, 50, Hungary(N)50, Italy(N)1, 50, 52, Liechtenstein(N)25, Luxembourg(N)27, 57, Malta(N)1, 56, Moldova(N)15, 34, Netherlands(N)50, Poland(N)50, Portugal(N)1, 50, Romania(N)50, Russia in Europe(N)15, Sardinia(N)1, 50, Sicily(N)1, Spain(N)1, 50, 53, Sweden(N)50, Switzerland(N)24, 50, Turkey in Europe(N)1, 51, Ukraine(N)15

Gruzia:   Abkhazia5, 15, 59, Adzharia5, 15, Gruzia*5

India:   Jammu-Kashmir43, Punjab18

Kazakhstan:   Alma-Ata15, 60, Chimkent15, 60, Dzhambul15, 60, Mangyshlak15, 60

Kirgizstan:   Frunze15, 61, 62, Issyk-Kul15, 61, Osh15, 61, 62

Middle East1, 17, 63:   Cyprus(N)1, East Aegean Is (Greek)(N)1, Israel-Jordan(N)1, Lebanon(N)17, Saudi Arabia(N)63, Sinai(N)1, Syria(N)17, Turkey in Asia(N)1

North America16, 23:   United States(I)16, 23

Pacific Ocean29, 64:   Hawaii(I)64, New Zealand (North)(I)29, New Zealand (South)(I)29

Russia in Asia:   Checheno-Ingushetia5, 15, Dagestan5, 15, Kabardino-Balkaria5, 15, Karacheyevo-Cherkessia5, 15, Krasnodar5, 15, Kurgan15, 65, Primorye7, 15, 66, Severo-Osetia15, 67, Stavropol5, 15

Russia in Europe:   Astrakhan68, Bryansk15, 69, Orel15, 69, 70, Rostov-Don15, 71, Saratov15, 72, Tataria15, 73, Volgograd15, 74, Voronezh15, 69, 70

Tadzhikistan:   Dushanbe15, 31, Gorno-Badakshan15, 31, 75, Kulyab15, 31, Kurgan-Tyube15, 31, Leninabad15, 31

Turkmenistan:   Ashkhabad15, 76, 77, Chardzhou15, 76, Krasnovodsk15, 76, 77, Mary15, 76, Tashauz15, 76

Ukraine:   Dnepropetrovsk15, 78, Donetsk15, 78, Kherson15, 79, Khmelnitski15, 78, Kiev15, 78, 80, Kirovograd15, 78, Krym13, 15, 71, 78, Odessa15, 71, 78, Vinnitsa15, 78

United States:   California16, Oklahoma16, Oregon16, Texas16

Uzbekistan:   Fergana15, 81, Kashkadarinskaya15, 81, Khorezm15, 81, Samarkand15, 81, Surhandarinskaya15, 81, Tashkent15, 81

(N = native, I = introduced, U = uncertain status)

Habitats (for Africa only)

Mediterranean bushland & thicket82; Mediterranean grasslands82; Afromontane grassland36; Afromontane (upland) anthropic landscapes36

Literature citations

Description4, 8, 9, 10, 17, 24, 30, 36, 39, 50, 51, 53, 64, 82, 83, 84;  Distribution5, 7;  Illustration17, 22, 26, 30, 31, 39, 62, 63, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87

Sources

2005 (CIS) Roskov Yu;     Coordinator: 2005-06 Roskov YR

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Nomenclature

TROPICOS nomenclatural database at Missouri Botanical Garden (W3TROPICOS)

Flora Europaea database at RBG Edinburgh

APNI (Australian Plant Name Index): nomenclatural database in Canberra

Herbarium records

RNG (Morocco): The University of Reading Herbarium, Moroccan collections

Rhizobia

database of root-nodule bacteria at RIKEN, Japan



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