Sorting Juglans names

Species on this page (
A = names approved by most authorities, s = approved as synonyms) :

Juglans cinerea L.

SYNONYM(S) :    Juglans cathartica Michaux, Juglans oblonga Miller

CZECH :  Ořešák popelavý.

DANISH :   Grå valnød.

DUTCH :  Grijze walnoot.

ENGLISH :  Butternut, White walnut.

FINNISH :  Amerikanjalopähkinä .

FRENCH :  Noyer blanc d'Amérique du Nord, Noyer cendré .

GERMAN :   Butternuß, Butternußbaum,  Graunuß, Grauer Walnußbaum, Ölnußbaum.

ITALIAN :  Legno noce cenerognolo.

バタグルミ  Bata gurumi.

PORTUGUESE :   Nogueira-americana, Nogueira-da-américa.

RUSSIAN :  Орех серый     Orekh seryi.

SLOVAKIAN :  Orech popolavý.

SPANISH :  Nogal blanco americano, Nogal ceniciento, Nogal gris americano.

SWEDISH :  Grå valnöt.

Juglans nigra L.

CHINESE :  黑胡桃  Hei hu tao,  黑核桃  Hei he tao.

CZECH :   Ořešák černý.

DANISH :  Amerikansk sort valnød, Sort valnød.

DUTCH :  Amerikaanse zwarte walnoot,  Zwarte walnoot.

ENGLISH :  American black walnut,  Black walnut (USA).

FINNISH :  Mustajalopähkinä .

FRENCH :  Noyer noir, Noyer noir d'Amérique du Nord.

GERMAN :  Amerikanischer Nußbaum,  Schwarznuß baum, Schwarze Walnuß, Schwarzer Walnußbaum.

ITALIAN :  Legno di noce nero d'America .

ブラックウォールナッツ   Burakkuuooru nattsu.

PORTUGUESE :  Nogueira-preta.

RUSSIAN :  Черный орех  Chernyi orekh.  

SLOVAKIAN :  Orech čierny.

SPANISH :   Nogal americano, Nogal negro, Nogal negro americano.

SWEDISH :  Svart valnöt.

Juglans regia L.

SYNONYM(S) :  Juglans duclouxiana Dode,  Juglans fallax Dode, Juglans kamaonica (C. DC.) Dode, Juglans orientis Dode, Juglans regia subsp. kamaonica (C. DC.) Mansf., Juglans regia var. orientis (Dode) Kitam., Juglans regia var. sinensis C. DC., Juglans sinensis (C. DC.) Dode

CHINESE :   胡桃   Hu tao.

CZECH :  Ořešák královský.
DANISH :  Valnoedtrae, Valnøddetræ.

DUTCH :  Okkernoot , Okkernoteboom ,  WalnootWalnooteboom.

ENGLISH :  Carpathian walnut,  Common walnut, English walnut,  European walnut, Madeira walnut, Persian walnut. 

FINNISH :  Jalopähkinät , Saksanpähkinä, Saksanjalopähkinä .

FRENCH :  Noix royale, Noix commune, Noyer commun, Noyer d'Europe, Noyer de France,  Noyer royal.

GERMAN :  Echter Walnußaum, Europäischer Walnußbaum,  Gemeine Walnuß, Nußbaum .

ITALIAN : Noce comune, Noceto.

ペルシャグルミ   Perusha gurumi,     カシグルミ   Kashi gurumi.

PORTUGUESE :   Nogueira-comum.

RUSSIAN :  Грецкий орех    Gretskii orekh.

SLOVAKIAN :    Orech vlašský.

SPANISH :  Nogal común, Nogal europeo, Nogal inglés.

SWEDISH :  Valnöt, Valnöt-arter.


Porcher Michel H. et al. 1995 - 2020, Sorting Juglans Names. Multilingual Multiscript Plant Name Database - A Work in Progress. Faculty of Land & Food Resources. The University of Melbourne. Australia. < > (2005).


General Bibliography




Specific & complementary

C.O.A. 2005,  
Glossary ; Chinese (Traditional) - English - Latin - Latin synonyms.  Agriculture Production and Marketing Group's Information Service Network.   Council of Agriculture (C.O.A.). Taiwan.   < >. (C.O.A.)   ****

EFloras 2005, Flora of China. < >. (Chinese, Latin) (eFloras)

oNLINE植物アルバム, 2002 - 2004, oNLINE 植物アルバム.□作者からのあいさつ□使用方法・方針など□名称50音別一覧□登録済植物一覧□過去30日の一覧□種の新規追加依頼フォーム植物名検索・科名・属名・学名の検索(カタカナ)登録者検.  Plant Database, Miyako University, Japan. < >.

Short David, 2001, Specialist Dictionary - Trees, Bushes & Shrubs. Latin, Czech, English, German, and Slovakian Table. < >.

Solomon Jim, 2005, Missouri Botanical Garden's VAST (VAScular Tropicos) nomenclatural database and associated authority files. W3TROPICOS - release (rev. 1.5). <  >.  (W3Trop)

USDA, ARS, National Genetic Resources Program. Germplasm Resources Information Network - (GRIN). [Online Database] National Germplasm Resources Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland. Available: (17 February 2005). (GRIN)




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