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Scientific Names

Preferred Names

Hepatica nobilis Schreb.
Reference taxon from World Plants in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life
Anemone hepatica
Recognized by Biopix Nature Photos and ECOCROP
Hepatica nobilis Mill.
Species recognized by EOL Dynamic Hierarchy 0.9
Hepatica nobilis Schreb.
Hepatica nobilis Schreber

Alternative Names

Anemone hepatica L.
Reference taxon from World Plants in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life
Anemone praecox Coste
Reference taxon from World Plants in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life
Anemone triloba (Chaix) Stokes
Reference taxon from World Plants in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life
Hepatica anemonoides Vest
Reference taxon from World Plants in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life
Hepatica hepatica (L.) Britton
Reference taxon from World Plants in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life
Hepatica hepatica (L.) H. Karst.
Reference taxon from World Plants in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life
Hepatica triloba Chaix
Reference taxon from World Plants in Species 2000 & ITIS Catalogue of Life
Hepatica nobilis
Synonym according to NCBI

Common Names

English

hepatica
American liverleaf preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
common hepatica
Recognized by Wikidata
kidneywort
Recognized by Wikidata
liverwort
Recognized by Wikidata
liverwort-leaf
Recognized by Wikidata
pennywort
Recognized by Wikidata
round-lobe hepatica
Recognized by Wikidata
Liverleaf preferred
Recognized by malsem8 and admin
roundlobe hepatica
Recognized by Bill Bosworth and admin

Arabic

شقار كبدي preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Belarusian

Пералеска высакародная preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Bulgarian

гълъбови очички preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Catalan; Valencian

Herba fetgera preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Czech

jaterník podléška preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
jaterník podléšťka
Recognized by Wikidata
jaterník trojlaločný
Recognized by Wikidata

Danish

Blå Anemone preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Dutch; Flemish

Leverbloem preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
Leverbloempje preferred

Estonian

Harilik sinilill preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
Keltsalill
Recognized by Wikidata
Külmalill
Recognized by Wikidata
Lumekannike
Recognized by Wikidata
Lumelill
Recognized by Wikidata
Maksalehed
Recognized by Wikidata
Metsamirt
Recognized by Wikidata
Sapihein
Recognized by Wikidata
Sinilill
Recognized by Wikidata
Siniülane
Recognized by Wikidata
Surmalill
Recognized by Wikidata

Finnish

Lehtosinivuokko preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
Sinivuokko preferred
Recognized by Wikidata, christinaflann, and admin

French

anémone d'Amérique preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
anémone hépatique
Recognized by Wikidata
hépatique d'Amérique
Recognized by Wikidata
hépatique noble
Recognized by Wikidata
hépatique à trois lobes
Recognized by Wikidata

German

Gewöhnliches Leberblümchen preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
Leberblume
Recognized by Wikidata
Leberblümchen preferred
Dreilappiges Leberblümchen
Recognized by Bill Bosworth and admin
Leberblümerl (Bavarian)
Recognized by Bill Bosworth and admin

Hungarian

Nemes májvirág preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Italian

Erba della trinità preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
Erba trinità
Recognized by Wikidata
Erba trinità
Recognized by Pignatti, 1982

Japanese

ミスミソウ preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Kashubian

Podleszczón preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Latvian

Zilā vizbulīte preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Lithuanian

Triskiautė žibuoklė preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Malayalam

ഹെപ്പറ്റിക്ക നൊബിലിസ് preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Neapolitan

Scanzaniegl preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Northern Sami

Alitnásti preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Norwegian

Blåveis preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Persian

جگرواش معمولی preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Polish

Przylaszczka pospolita preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Russian

Перелеска preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
Печеночница благородная
Recognized by Wikidata
Печёночница благородная
Печёночница обыкновенная
Recognized by Wikidata

Slovak

pečeňovník trojlaločný preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Spanish; Castilian

Navadni jetrnik preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
anémone de flor cerúlea preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
epática
Recognized by Wikidata
hepática noble
Recognized by Wikidata
hepática
Recognized by Wikidata
hierba de la Trinidad
Recognized by Wikidata
hierba del hígado
Recognized by Wikidata
trifolio aureo
Recognized by Wikidata
trifolio áureo
Recognized by Wikidata
trébol dorado
Recognized by Wikidata
viola de llop
Recognized by Wikidata
yerba de la Trinidad
Recognized by Wikidata
yerba del hígado
Recognized by Wikidata

Swedish

Blåsippa preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
liten blåsippa
Recognized by Wikidata

Ukrainian

Печіночниця благородна preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
Печіночниця звичайна

Upper Sorbian

Módry podlěsk preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
Prawa jatronka

Welsh

deilen yr afu preferred
Recognized by Wikidata

Sgs

Žėbotė preferred
Recognized by Wikidata
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Curated hierarchies for Hepatica nobilis Schreb.

NCBI

root
cellular organisms
Eukaryota
Viridiplantae
Streptophyta
Streptophytina
Embryophyta
Tracheophyta
Euphyllophyta
Spermatophyta
Magnoliopsida
Mesangiospermae
Ranunculales
Ranunculaceae
Ranunculoideae
Anemoneae
Anemone
29 additional siblings truncated for brevity.
See the resource file for a full list.