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Scientific Names

Preferred Names

Dianthus chinensis L.
Dianthus chinensis
Dianthus chinensis L. (1753)
Recognized by IABIN
Dianthus chinensis Linnaeus
Recognized by eFloras

Alternative Names

Dianthus altaicus Willd.
Homotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Dianthus campestris Willd.
Homotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Dianthus chinensis L.
Synonym according to NCBI
Dianthus chinensis var. macrosepalus Franch.
Homotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Dianthus dentosus Fisch.
Homotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Dianthus involucratus Pall.
Homotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Dianthus jeniseensis Less.
Homotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Dianthus laciniatus
Homotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Dianthus pulchellus Schrad.
Homotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Dianthus ruthenicus Roem.
Homotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Dianthus scaber Schleich.
Homotypic synonym according to GBIF classification
Dianthus
Synonym according to NCBI

Common Names

English

China pink preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
Chinese Pink
Recognized by Wikidata
Indian pink
Recognized by Wikidata
Japanese pink
Recognized by Wikidata
annual pink
Recognized by Wikidata
dianthus
Recognized by Wikidata

Armenian

Մեխակ չինական preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Azerbaijani

Çin qərənfili preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Basque

Txinatar krabelin preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Catalan; Valencian

clavell del Japó preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Czech

hvozdík čínský preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Dutch; Flemish

Chinese anjer preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Estonian

Hiina nelk preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Finnish

Kiinanneilikka preferred
Recognized by Wikidata, christinaflann, and admin

German

Chinesische Nelke preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Japanese

セキチク preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Kalmyk

Башр цецг preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Lithuanian

Kininis gvazdikas preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Polish

Goździk chiński preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Portuguese

cravina preferred
Recognized by Flora do Brasil
cravina-dos-jardins
Recognized by Flora do Brasil
cravinha
Recognized by Flora do Brasil
cravo
Recognized by Flora do Brasil

Russian

Гвоздика китайская preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Swedish

Sommarnejlika preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Turkish

Çin karanfili preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Ukrainian

Гвоздика китайська preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Unspecified

Chinska nalika preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
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Curated hierarchies for Dianthus chinensis L.

EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 1.1

Life
Cellular Organisms
Eukaryota
Archaeplastida
Chloroplastida
Streptophyta
Embryophytes
Tracheophyta
Spermatophytes
Angiosperms
Eudicots
Superasterids
Caryophyllales
Caryophyllaceae
Dianthus
250 additional siblings truncated for brevity.
See the resource file for a full list.

EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 0.9

Life
Cellular Organisms
Eukaryota
Archaeplastida Adl et al. 2005
Chloroplastida
Spermatophytes
Angiosperms
Eudicots
Core Eudicots
Superasterids
Caryophyllales
Caryophyllaceae
Dianthus
Dianthus chinensis L. (this page)
237 additional siblings truncated for brevity.
See the resource file for a full list.

GBIF classification

Plantae
Tracheophyta
Magnoliopsida
Caryophyllales
Caryophyllaceae
Dianthus
Dianthus chinensis L. (this page)
580 additional siblings truncated for brevity.
See the resource file for a full list.

NCBI

root
cellular organisms
Eukaryota
Viridiplantae
Streptophyta
Streptophytina
Embryophyta
Tracheophyta
Euphyllophyta
Spermatophyta
Magnoliophyta
Mesangiospermae
eudicotyledons
Gunneridae
Pentapetalae
Caryophyllales
Caryophyllaceae
Caryophylleae
Dianthus
Dianthus chinensis (this page)
47 additional siblings truncated for brevity.
See the resource file for a full list.