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Trifolium pratense


Accepted name

Trifolium pratense L.1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25

Synonyms

Trifolium borysthenicum Gruner26, 27
Trifolium bracteatum Schousb.
Trifolium lenkoranicum (Grossh.) Roskov26, 27
Trifolium pratense L. var. lenkoranicum Grossh.15, 26, 27
Trifolium ukrainicum Opperman15, 18

Taxonomy

Tribe: Trifolieae;  Genus: Trifolium

Vernacular names

Chemen Yoncha (Azerb)28; Chyrvonaya Dzyatzelina (Bel)29; Dzentzyalina (Bel)29; Ereknuk Margagetnain (Arm)30; Kanyushyna Lugavaya (Bel)29; Klever Dneprovski (Rus)15; Klever Dneprovski (Rus)2; Klever Krasnyi (Rus)15; Klever Krasnyi (Rus)31; Klever Lugovoi (Rus)15; Klever Lugovoi (Rus)2; Koniczyna lakowa (Pl)32; Konyushina Luchna (Ukr)15; Konyushina Luchna (Ukr)33; Krasnaya Kuryga (Bel)29; Metsik Punane Ristik (Est)34; Nugun Khoshoongor (Mong)15; Nugun Khoshoongor (Mong)25; Plavu Abolins (Latv)35; Puna-apila (Fi)32; Raudonasis Dobilas (Lit)15; Raudonasis Dobilas (Lit)36; Red Clover37; Red Clover38; Red Clover7; Red Clover39; Red Clover40; Red Clover41; Red Clover42; Red Clover43; Red Clover11; Red Clover44; Red Clover45; Rodklover (Sw)32; Rot-Klee (Ge)46; Sebarga (Tadzh)15; Sebarga (Tadzh)47; Shyk Dushpes-Medezi (Tuv)15; Shyk Dushpes-Medezi (Tuv)48; Trebol comun (Sp)32; Trefle des pres (Fr)49; Trevo violeto (Po)32; Trifoglio rosso (It)32; Trifoi De-lunke (Mold)15; Trifoi De-lunke (Mold)50; Trifoi Roshu (Mold)15; Trifoi Roshu (Mold)50; Trifoi rosu (Ru)32; Tr‚bol de los Prados5; Tr‚bol Morado5; Tr‚bol Rojo37; Tziteli Samkura (Georg)15; Tziteli Samkura (Georg)51; Ui-Bede (Kirg)15; Ui-Bede (Kirg)52; Ulaan Khoshoongor (Mong)25; Valashok (Bel)29

Descriptors

Perennial non-climbing herb;  not threatened

Uses

Forage53; Domestic40; Domestic54; Domestic15; Environmental40; Environmental54; Food and Drink54; Food and Drink15; Forage37; Forage7; Forage40; Forage55; Forage54; Forage15; Forage22; Forage33; Medicine40; Medicine15; Medicine56; Medicine57; Miscellaneous43; Miscellaneous58; Weed40; Forage3

Notes

Widely cultivated as a forage plant.15; Native of Europe and northern Asia.22; Udmurtia: Izhevsk, Sarapul, Adam & Solodyr59; In "Flora Kavkaza" this taxon is treated as T. pratense var. lenkoranicum12; Local endemic to Talysh18; Widely cultivated as a forage plant60


Geographical records

Africa40:   Algeria(N)61, Ethiopia(I)53, Kenya(I)40, Morocco(N)61, South Africa(I)62, Tunisia(N)61

Asia6, 9, 10, 14, 15, 16, 22, 40, 58, 63, 64, 65, 66, 67, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 73, 74, 75:   Afghanistan(N)65, Armenia(N)12, 15, Azerbaijan(N)15, Bhutan(N)10, China(I)16, 63, Gruzia(N)15, India(N)58, 68, 69, 70, 71, 72, 74, 75, Indonesia-ISO(I)22, 67, Iran(N)64, Iraq(N)40, Japan(I)66, Java(N)22, Kazakhstan(N)15, Kirgizstan(N)15, Mongolia(N)15, Nepal(I)14, 73, Pakistan(N)9, 40, Philippines(I)40, Russia in Asia(N)15, Sri Lanka(I)6, Tadzhikistan(N)15, Taiwan(U), Turkmenistan(N)15, Uzbekistan(N)15

Australasia76, 77, 78:   Australia(I)76, 77, Tasmania(I)78

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

Azerbaijan:   Azerbaijan*12, 60, 79, Nakhichevan12, 15

Belarus:   Brest15, 80, Gomel15, 80, Grodno15, 80, Minsk15, 80, Mogilev15, 80, Vitebsk15, 80

Caribbean44:   Bahamas(I)44, Bermuda(U), Cuba(U), Jamaica(U), Puerto Rico(U)

Central America:   Guatemala(I)38

Europe1, 15, 61:   Albania(N)3, Austria-F.E.(N)3, Azores(N)3, Belarus(N)15, Belgium-F.E.(N)3, Bulgaria(N)3, Corsica(N)3, Czech Republic & Slovakia(N)3, Denmark(N)3, Estonia(N)15, 34, Faroe Is(I)3, Finland(N)3, former Yugoslavia(N)3, France-F.E.(N)3, Germany(N)3, Great Britain(N)3, Greece(N)3, Hungary(N)3, Iceland(I)3, Ireland-F.E.(N)3, Italy-F.E.(N)3, Latvia(N)15, 35, Lithuania(N)15, 36, Malta(U)61, Moldova(N)15, 50, Netherlands(N)3, Norway(N)3, Poland(N)3, Portugal(N)3, Romania(N)3, Russia in Europe(N)15, Sardinia(N)3, Sicily(N)61, Spain-F.E.(N)3, Sweden(N)3, Switzerland(N)3, Turkey in Europe(N)3, Ukraine(N)15

Gruzia:   Abkhazia12, 15, Adzharia12, 15, Gruzia*12

India:   Arunachal Pradesh72, Himachal Pradesh70, Jammu-Kashmir75, Madhaya Pradesh58, Punjab71, Sikkim72, Tamil Nadu69, Uttar Pradesh74, West Bengal72

Kazakhstan:   Aktyubinsk15, 31, 60, Alma-Ata15, 31, Chimkent15, 31, Dzhambul15, 31, Guryev15, 31, Kokchetav15, 18, Kustanai15, 31, 60, Pavlodar15, 31, Semipalatinsk15, 31, Severo-Kazakhstanskaya15, 18, Taldy-Kurgan15, 31, 60, Tselinograd15, 18, Uralsk15, 31, 60, Vostochno-Kazakhstanskaya15, 31

Kirgizstan:   Frunze15, 52, 60, 81, Issyk-Kul15, 52, 81, Osh15, 52, 81

Middle East1, 40, 61:   Israel(N)40, Lebanon-Syria(I)61, Turkey in Asia(N)61

Mongolia:   Bulgan15, 25, Selenge15, 25

North America82, 83, 84:   Alaska-Aleutian Is(I)82, 83, Canada(I)82, United States(I)38, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88, 89, 90

Pacific Ocean11, 91:   Antipodean Is(I)11, Chatham Is(I)11, Hawaii(U)91, Kermadec Is(I)11, New Zealand (North)(I)11, New Zealand (South)(I)11

Russia in Asia:   Altay*15, 92, Amur13, 15, 60, 93, Buryatiya15, 94, Checheno-Ingushetia12, 15, Chelyabinsk15, 60, 92, 95, Chita*94, 96, Chukot13, 15, 24, Dagestan12, 15, Gorno-Altaisk15, 92, Irkutsk*94, 96, Jewish15, 60, 93, Kabardino-Balkaria12, 15, Kamchatka*15, 60, 93, Karacheyevo-Cherkessia12, 15, Kemerovo15, 92, Khabarovsk*13, 15, 60, 93, Khakassia15, 97, 98, Khanty-Mansijsk15, 18, Krasnodar12, 15, Krasnoyarsk*15, 98, Kurgan15, 60, 92, 99, Kuril Is13, 15, 60, 93, Magadan*13, 15, Novosibirsk15, 92, Omsk15, 60, 92, Primorye13, 15, 60, 93, Sakhalin13, 15, 60, 93, Severo-Osetia12, 15, Stavropol12, 15, Sverdlovsk15, 92, Tajmyr15, 24, Tomsk15, 92, Tuva15, 48, Tyumen15, 60, 92, Yakutiya15, 18, Yamalo-Nenets15, 24

Russia in Europe:   Arkhangelsk15, 100, Astrakhan15, 17, 101, Bashkiria15, 17, 60, Belgorod15, 17, Bryansk15, 17, Chuvashia15, 17, Gorki15, 102, Ivanovo15, 102, 103, Kalinin15, 102, Kaliningrad15, 104, Kalmykia12, 15, Kaluga15, 17, Karelia15, 105, Kirov15, 60, 106, 107, Komi15, 100, Komi-Permyak15, 108, Kostroma15, 102, Kuibyshev15, 17, 60, Kursk15, 17, Leningrad15, 109, Lipetsk15, 17, 60, 110, Mari15, 102, Mordovia15, 17, Moscow15, 102, Murmansk15, 24, 105, Nenets15, 24, 100, Novgorod15, 109, Orel15, 17, 60, Orenburg15, 17, 60, Penza15, 17, 60, Perm15, 60, 108, Pskov15, 109, Rostov-Don15, 17, 60, 111, Ryazan15, 17, Saratov15, 17, Smolensk15, 102, Tambov15, 17, 60, Tataria15, 60, 102, Tula15, 17, Udmurtia15, 59, 102, Ulyanovsk15, 17, 60, Vladimir15, 60, 102, Volgograd15, 17, 112, 113, 114, Vologda15, 115, Voronezh15, 17, 60, Yaroslavl15, 102

South America5, 116:   Argentina(I)5, Chile(I)117, Colombia(I)37, Peru(I)116, Uruguay(I)5

Tadzhikistan:   Dushanbe15, 47, Gorno-Badakshan15, 47, 118, Kulyab15, 47, Kurgan-Tyube15, 47, Leninabad15, 47

Turkmenistan:   Ashkhabad15, 119, 120, Chardzhou15, 119, 120, Krasnovodsk15, 119, 120, Mary15, 119, 120

Ukraine:   Cherkassy15, 33, Chernigov15, 33, Chernovtsy15, 33, Dnepropetrovsk15, 33, 121, Donetsk15, 33, 121, Ivano-Frankovsk15, 33, 122, Kharkov15, 33, 121, Kherson15, 33, 112, 121, Khmelnitski15, 33, Kiev15, 33, 121, Kirovograd15, 33, Krym15, 17, 121, Lvov15, 33, Nikolaev15, 33, 121, Odessa15, 33, 123, Poltava15, 33, 121, 124, Rovno15, 33, Sumy15, 33, Ternopol15, 33, Vinnitsa15, 33, Volynia15, 33, Voroshilovgrad15, 33, 121, Zakarpatskaya15, 17, 33, Zaporozhye15, 33, 121, Zhitomir15, 33

United States:   Alabama84, Arizona84, Arkansas84, California84, Colorado84, Connecticut84, Delaware84, Florida84, Georgia84, Idaho84, Illinois84, Indiana84, Iowa84, Kansas84, Kentucky84, Louisiana84, Maine84, Maryland84, Massachusetts84, Michigan84, Minnesota84, Mississippi84, Missouri84, Montana84, Nebraska84, Nevada84, New Hampshire84, New Jersey84, New Mexico84, New York84, North Carolina84, North Dakota84, Ohio84, Oklahoma84, Oregon84, Pennsylvania84, Rhode Island84, South Carolina84, South Dakota84, Tennessee84, Texas84, Utah84, Vermont84, Virginia84, Washington84, West Virginia84, Wisconsin84, Wyoming84

Uzbekistan:   Fergana15, 125, Kashkadarinskaya15, 125, Samarkand15, 125, Surhandarinskaya15, 125, Tashkent15, 125

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

Habitats (for Africa only)

Mediterranean woodland126; Mediterranean grasslands126

Literature citations

Description1, 2, 3, 7, 9, 10, 11, 16, 18, 22, 38, 39, 40, 42, 44, 55, 64, 126, 127, 128;  Distribution12, 13, 18, 28, 94;  Illustration1, 7, 18, 28, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 36, 42, 55, 64, 127, 128

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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