EPPO Global Database

Trifolium repens(TRFRE)

Overview
Last modification: 2002-04-01

Basic information
  • EPPO code: TRFRE
  • Preferred name: Trifolium repens
  • Authority: Linnaeus

Notes

Europe and Mediterranean, Caucasus, Siberia, Central Asia to China and Japan, Himalayas, India, Mongolia, eastern Africa. Widely introduced as a forage plant. Naturalized in Russian Far East, Korea, southern Africa, North, Central and South America, Australasia

 WSSA list of weeds in North America


Other scientific names
Name Authority
Amoria repens (Linnaeus) C. Presl
Trifolium repens subsp. repens Linnaeus
Trifolium repens var. repens Linnaeus

Common names
Name Language
Dutch clover English
shamrock English
white clover English
kriechender Klee German
kriechender Weißklee German
weißer Klee German
Weißklee German
coucou French
trèfle blanc French
trèfle rampant French
trébol amargo Spanish
trébol blanco Spanish
trébol rampante Spanish (NI)
trébol rastrero Spanish
trifoglio bianco Italian
trifoglio ladino Italian
witte klaver Dutch
trevo Portuguese
trevo-branco Portuguese
trevo-coroa-de-rei Portuguese
trevo-de-holanda Portuguese
trevo-ladino Portuguese
trevo-rasteiro Portuguese
vitklöver Swedish
シロツメクサ Japanese
kurôbâ Japanese
shiro-tsume-kusa Japanese
クロ一バ一 Japanese
амория ползучая Russian
белая кашка Russian
кашка Russian
клевер белый Russian
клевер ползучий Russian
hvidkløver Danish
kvitkløver Norwegian
valkoapila Finnish
ak üçgül Turkish
tiltan zochet Hebrew
תִּלְתָּן זוֹחֵל Hebrew
koniczyna biała Polish
koniczyna rozesłana Polish
fehér here Hungarian
tërfili i bardhë Albanian
tërfili zvaranik Albanian
trifil Albanian
бяла детелина Bulgarian
пълзяща детелина Bulgarian
bái chē zhóu cǎo Chinese
白车轴草 Chinese
puzava djetelina  Croatian
jetel plazivý Czech
valge ristik Estonian
hvítsmári Icelandic
baltais āboliņš Latvian
ložņu āboliņš Latvian
baltasis dobilas Lithuanian
trifoi alb Romanian
бела детелина Serbian
ďatelina plazivá Slovak
plazeča detelja Slovene
конюшина повзуча Ukrainian