EPPO Global Database

Prunus avium(PRNAV)

Overview
Last modification: 2004-04-10

Basic information
  • EPPO code: PRNAV
  • Preferred name: Prunus avium
  • Authority: Linnaeus

Notes

Europe (except northeast), Mediterranean (except southeast), Black Sea, Caucasus, Central Asia. Cultivated for its fruits, principally in the form of cultivars, and introduced into temperate regions worldwide. The common names provided may relate to the species as a whole, or to subsp. avium (i.e. the  wild plant)

WSSA list of weeds in North America


Other scientific names
Name Authority
Cerasus avium (Linnaeus) Mönch
Cerasus avium subsp. avium (Linnaeus) Mönch
Prunus avium subsp. avium Linnaeus
Prunus avium var. avium Linnaeus

Common names
Name Language
културна череша Bulgarian
питомна череша Bulgarian
череша Bulgarian
cirerer Catalan
cirerer bord Catalan
cirerer de bosc Catalan
třešeň Czech
třešeň ptačí Czech
fugle-kirsebær Danish
Süßkirche German
Süßkirschbaum German
Vogelkirschbaum German
Vogelkirsche German
Waldkirsche German
Wildkirsche German
cherry English
gean English
mazzard English
sweet cherry English
wild cherry English
albaruco Spanish
cerecera Spanish
cereza Spanish
cerezal Spanish
cereza silvestre Spanish
cerezo borde Spanish
cerezo bravío Spanish
cerezo de aves Spanish
cerezo de monte Spanish
cerezo negro Spanish
cerezo salvaje Spanish
cerezo silvestre Spanish
guindo zorrero Spanish
negrillo Spanish
reboldo Spanish
magus kirsipuu Estonian
gerezi-brondea Basque
gerezitx-ondoa Basque
imeläkirsikka Finnish
bigarreautier French
cerisier des bois French
cerisier des oiseaux French
cerisier sauvage French
guigne French
guignier French
guignier sauvage French
merisier French
merisier vrai French
prunier des oiseaux French
trešnja  Croatian
vadcseresznye Hungarian
ciliegio dolce Italian
ciliegio selvatico Italian
オウトウ Japanese
ôtô Japanese
trešnė Lithuanian
saldais ķirsis Latvian
zoete kers Dutch
zoete kerseboom Dutch
søtkirsebær Norwegian
czereśnia Polish
czereśnia ptasia Polish
trześnia Polish
wiśnia dzika Polish
wiśnia ptasia Polish
agriota Portuguese
cerdeira Portuguese
cerejeira Portuguese
cerejeira-brava Portuguese
cireş pădureţ Romanian
черешня Russian
čerešňa vtáčia Slovak
češnja Slovene
kumbull Albanian
körsbärträd Swedish
sötkörsbär Swedish
kiraz Turkish
ōu zhōu tián yīng táo Chinese
欧洲甜樱桃 Chinese