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L Crataegus phaenopyrum (L.f.) Medik. is an accepted name

This name is the accepted name of a species in the genus Crataegus (family Rosaceae).

The record derives from RJP (data supplied on ) which reports it as an accepted name (record 5023) with original publication details: Geschichte der Botanik unserer Zeiten Geschichte der Botanik unserer Zeiten; 1793 84 1793.


See "Status", "Confidence level", "Source" for definitions.

Name Status Confi­dence level Source Date supplied
Cotoneaster cordatus (Mill.) Focke Synonym L RJP
Crataegus acerifolia J.Gordon, T.Dermer & R.Edmonds Synonym L RJP
Crataegus cordata (Mill.) Aiton Synonym L RJP
Crataegus phaenopyrum (L.f.) Borkh. Unresolved L RJP
Crataegus populifolia Walter Synonym L RJP
Crataegus youngii Sarg. Synonym L RJP
Gymnomeles cordata Oerst. ex Zabel Synonym L RJP
Mespilus acerifolia Poir. Unresolved L RJP
Mespilus acerifolia Burgsd. Synonym L RJP
Mespilus corallina Desf. Synonym L RJP
Mespilus cordata Mill. Synonym L RJP
Mespilus cordata (Mill.) Pott Synonym L RJP
Mespilus cordato Mill. [Spelling variant] Synonym L RJP
Mespilus cordifolia Mill. [Spelling variant] Synonym L RJP
Mespilus phaenopyrum L.f. Synonym L RJP
Mespilus populifolia (Walter) Poir. Unresolved L RJP
Phaenopyrum acerifolium (Poir.) M.Roem. Synonym L RJP
Phaenopyrum cordatum (Aiton) M.Roem. Synonym L RJP
Phalacros cordatus (Mill.) Wenz. Synonym L RJP

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Earlier versions

This name record (from RJP) was not included in version 1 of The Plant List. It is possible the same name was included from a different data source, to check this you can search for Crataegus phaenopyrum in version 1 of The Plant List.