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Scientific Names

Accepted Names

Martes foina (Erxleben 1777)
Recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy Reference taxon: Martes foina (Erxleben 1777) according to Catalogue of Life via Global Biodiversity Information Facility (GBIF)
Martes foina
Recognized by iNaturalist, Iran Species List, Afghanistan Species List, North Atlantic Species List, The Netherlands Species List, Slovakia Species List, Slovenia Species List, Switzerland Species List, Ukraine Species List, Palestine Species List, Poland Species List, Portugal Species List, Romania Species List, Kosovo Species List, Iraq Species List, Israel Species List, Italy Species List, Luxembourg Species List, Lebanon Species List, Mongolia Species List, Macedonia Species List, France Species List, Estonia Species List, Germany Species List, Greece Species List, Belgium Species List, Bulgaria Species List, Czech Republic Species List, Croatia Species List, Andorra Species List, Austria Species List, Afghanistan Species List, SI Wild, Pantheria, Denmark Species List, Barcode of Life Data Systems, AnAge, Flickr Group, Wikimedia Commons, Wikimedia Commons, Wildfinder (WWF), China Species List, AnAge articles, wikipedia Italiano, wikipedia Español, Kissling et al, 2014, Paleobiology Database, wikipedia, Animal Diversity Web, EOL authors, wikipedia 中文维基百科, wikipedia Français, wikipedia 日本語, wikipedia русскую Википедию, wikipedia 한국어 위키백과, wikipedia Deutsch, CITES, Morgan Ernest 2003, NCBI, wikipedia NL, wikipedia POL, wikipedia VI, wikipedia CZ, Wikidata, Wikidata, Wikidata, Global Biotic Interactions, Global Biotic Interactions, Global Biotic Interactions, wikipedia FI, wikipedia Norwegian, wikipedia RO, wikipedia UK, wikipedia CA, wikipedia SV, wikipedia PT, Kappeler et al 2013, and Smith et al 2011

Common Names

Albanian

Kunadhja gushebardhe
Recognized by CITES
Shqarthi
Recognized by CITES
Nuselale

Arabic

خز الزان

Armenian

քարակզաքիս

Azerbaijani

Daşlıq dələsi

Basque

Lepazuri

Belarusian

Каменная куніца

Bokmål, Norwegian; Norwegian Bokmål

Steinmår

Bosnian

Kuna bjelica

Breton

Kaerell-vras

Bulgarian

белка

Catalan; Valencian

fagina
Faïna
Recognized by franpax1
Fagina
Recognized by franpax1
Fetgina
Recognized by franpax1
Fugina
Recognized by franpax1

Croatian

Kuna bjelica

Czech

Kuna skalní
Recognized by CITES
kuna skalní

Danish

Husmår

Dutch; Flemish

Fluwijn
Recognized by CITES
Steenmarter
Recognized by CITES
steenmarter

English

Beech marten
Recognized by AnAge
beech marten
Recognized by Animal Diversity Web
Stone Marten
Recognized by Wikidata
Stone marten
Recognized by Wikidata

Esperanto

Foino

Estonian

Kivinugis

Finnish

Kivinäätä
Kylänäätä
Recognized by christinaflann

French

Fouine
Recognized by CITES and Wikidata

Galician

Garduña

Georgian

თეთრყელა კვერნა

German

Steinmarder

Greek, Modern (1453-)

Ζουρίδα

Hebrew

דלק הסלעים

Hungarian

Nyest

Icelandic

Hús mörður
Recognized by CITES

Ido

Fuino

Irish

Cat crainn clochra

Italian

Faina
Recognized by CITES and EOL Dynamic Hierarchy

Japanese

ムナジロテン

Kazakh

Тас сусары

Kirghiz; Kyrgyz

Суусар

Kurdish

Bokenge

Latvian

Akmeņu cauna

Lithuanian

Akmeninė kiaunė

Macedonian

Булга

Mongolian

Хадны суусар

Navajo; Navaho

Dlǫ́ʼii bitéél halgaií

Nepali

हिमाली मलसाँप्रो

Occitan (post 1500)

Faïna

Persian

سمور سنگی

Polish

Kuna domowa

Portuguese

Fuinha

Romanian; Moldavian; Moldovan

Jderul de piatră

Russian

Каменная куница

Slovak

Kuna skalná

Slovenian

Kuna belica

Spanish; Castilian

Garduña
Recognized by CITES and Wikidata

Swedish

Stenmård

Thai

บีชมาร์เทิน

Uighur; Uyghur

ئاق تۆش بۇلغۇن

Ukrainian

Куниця кам'яна

Unspecified

Stianelk
Къванцин цуцӀул

Vietnamese

Chồn đá

Walloon

Fawene

Western Frisian

Stienmurd

i18n: Azb

داش‌لیق دله‌سی

i18n: Ext

Papialvilla

i18n: Lij

Foin

i18n: No

Steinmår
Recognized by CITES

i18n: Pcd

Fin·ne

i18n: Sh

Kuna bjelica

i18n: Stq

Steenmodder

i18n: Vec

Fuin

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