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V. 12.9
9.1.2022

054.0000 Family Ginkgoaceae Engl.; H. G. A. Engl. & K. A. E. Prantl, Nat. Pflanzenfam. Nachtr.: 19 (1897), nom. cons.
1 genus, 1 sp.
Species listed in database: 1
054.0001 Genus Ginkgo L.; Mant. Pl. 2: 313 (1771)
Distribution: China
Species listed in database: 1
= Pterophyllus J.Nelson, Pinaceae, 163 (1866)
= Salisburia Sm., Trans. L. Soc. 3: 330 (1797)
species :
Ginkgo biloba L.; Mant. Pl. 2: 313 (1771)
Name: Ginkgo, Maidenhair tree
Distribution: China (NW-Zhejiang); Japan [I]; Taiwan [I]; Peru [I]; Mexico [I]; Bolivia [c]; Nepal [I]; South Korea [I]; Myanmar [I]; USA [I] (District of Columbia [I], Kentucky [I], North Carolina [I], New Jersey [I], New York [I], Pennsylvania [I], Virginia [I]); Slovakia [I]; Slovenia [c]; Croatia [c]; Serbia & Kosovo [c]
11 slo 13 cro slv srb 36 CHI 38 jap kor tai 40 nep 41 mya 75 usa 78 usa 79 mex 83 bol per
Conservation Status: IUCN R. Extremely rare and/or extinct in the wild, but worldwide cultivated
Synonyms: hidden
= Ginkgo macrophylla Hort. ex C.Koch, Dendrol. 2: II. 108 (1873)
= Pinus gingko Royle, Ill. Bot. Himalaya. 461 (Index) (1839)
= Pterophyllus salisburiensis J.Nelson, Pinaceae, 163
= Salisburia adiantifolia Sm., Trans. L. Soc. 3: 330 (1797)
= Salisburia biloba Hoffmanns., Verz. Pfl. 109
= Salisburia ginkgo Rich., Conif. 133. t. 3bis
= Salisburia macrophylla Reyn., Cat. Sénécl. 40 (1854)
= Ginkgo biloba f. microsperma Sugim., J. Geobot., 24(3): 61 (1977)
= Ginkgo biloba f. parvifolia Sugim., J. Geobot., 24(3): 61 (1977)
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