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thorn apple, also thorn-apple, thornapple [bot.] - Weißer Stechapfel, wiss.: Datura stramonium

  
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thorn apple, also thorn-apple, thornapple

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der Stechapfel, wiss.: Datura stramonium


thorn apple, also thorn-apple, thornapple

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Gewöhnlicher Stechapfel, wiss.: Datura stramonium


thorn apple, also thorn-apple, thornapple

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Gemeiner Stechapfel, wiss.: Datura stramonium


jimson weed, also jimsonweed, jimpson weed (first word often capitalized)

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Weißer Stechapfel, wiss.: Datura stramonium


jimson weed, also jimsonweed, jimpson weed (first word often capitalized)

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der Stechapfel, wiss.: Datura stramonium


jimson weed, also jimsonweed, jimpson weed (first word often capitalized)

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Gewöhnlicher Stechapfel, wiss.: Datura stramonium


jimson weed, also jimsonweed, jimpson weed (first word often capitalized)

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Gemeiner Stechapfel, wiss.: Datura stramonium


Examples/ definitions with source references
current LEO-entries:
Dictionary: Datura stramonium
• jimson weed [bot.] = der Stechapfel wiss.: Datura stramonium
• thorn apple [bot.] = der Stechapfel wiss.: Datura stramonium

NOTE: This proposal suggests CHANGES (in boldface) to the current LEO-entries:
• jimson weed, also jimsonweed, jimpson weed (first word often capitalized) [bot.] = der Stechapfel wiss.: Datura stramonium
• thorn apple, also thorn-apple, thornapple [bot.] = der Stechapfel wiss.: Datura stramonium

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http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/thor...
thorn apple
noun
a poisonous datura with large trumpet-shaped white flowers and toothed leaves, which has become a weed of waste ground in many countries. Also called jimson weed in North America.
Datura stramonium, family Solanaceae
• the prickly fruit of the thorn apple, which resembles that of a horse chestnut.

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/tho...
thorn apple noun
Definition of THORN APPLE
1: jimsonweed; also : any plant of the same genus
2: the fruit of a hawthorn; also : hawthorn
First Known Use of THORN APPLE
1578

http://rbg-web2.rbge.org.uk/cgi-bin/nph-readb...
Datura stramonium
Authority (Brummitt & Powell): L.
Place of original publication: Sp. Pl. 179 (1753)
[…]
Native/Alien: A
English name: Thorn-apple

http://www.botanical.com/botanical/mgmh/t/tho...
Thornapple
POISON!
Botanical: Datura stramonium (LINN.)

http://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/jim...
jim•son•weed noun, often capitalized \ˈjim(p)-sən-ˌwēd\
Definition of JIMSONWEED
: a poisonous tall annual weed (Datura stramonium) of the nightshade family with rank-smelling foliage, large white or violet trumpet-shaped flowers, and roundish prickly fruits —called also thorn apple
Origin of JIMSONWEED
Jamestown, Virginia
First Known Use: 1832

http://oxforddictionaries.com/definition/jims...
jimson weed
Pronunciation: /ˈdʒɪms(ə)n/
(also jimpson weed)
noun
[mass noun]
North American term for thorn apple.
Origin:
late 17th century (originally as Jamestown weed): named after Jamestown in Virginia

http://plants.usda.gov/java/nameSearch?keywor...
Datura stramonium L.
jimsonweed

http://biology.burke.washington.edu/herbarium...
Datura stramonium
jimsonweed

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http://www.floraweb.de/pflanzenarten/artenhom...
Wissenschaftlicher Name: Datura stramonium L.
Deutscher Name: Weißer Stechapfel
Familienzugehörigkeit: Solanaceae, Nachtschattengewächse
Status: eingebürgerter Neophyt

http://blumeninschwaben.de/Zweikeimblaettrige...
Weißer Stechapfel
(Datura stramonium)

http://www.bayernflora.de/de/info_pflanzen.ph...
Datura stramonium L.
Weißer Stechapfel

http://www.crsf.ch/?page=artinfo_synonymie&no...
Datura stramonium L.
[Solanaceae]
Volksnamen
Deutscher Name | Nom français | Nome italiano
Stechapfel | Stramoine commune | Stramonio comune

http://www.flogaus-faust.de/e/datustra.htm
Datura stramonium, Stechapfel

http://www.biologie.uni-hamburg.de/b-online/e...
Datura stramonium, Stechapfel

http://www.rz.uni-karlsruhe.de/~db111/flora/D...
Datura stramonium L.
(Gewöhnlicher Stechapfel)
Status: Neophyt (stabil eingebürgert)

http://www.gerhard.nitter.de/Steckbriefe/Datu...
Datura stramonium (Gew. Stechapfel)

http://www.waldundwiesenblumen.at/Stechapfel%...
Datura stramonium
Gewöhnlicher Stechapfel

http://www.awl.ch/heilpflanzen/datura_stramon...
Datura stramonium - Gemeiner Stechapfel

http://caliban.mpiz-koeln.mpg.de/thome/band4/...
492. Datura Stramonium L. Gemeiner Stechapfel

http://www.ages.at/ages/landwirtschaftliche-s...
Gemeiner Stechapfel (Datura stramonium)
Comment
Believed to have been originally native to Mexico. Naturalized throughout much of the world, including Germany, Austria, Switzerland, UK, US, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, & elsewhere.
Distribution / Verbreitung: in the Northern Hemisphere
in Deutschland
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Other English names (not proposed):
angel’s trumpet
apple of Peru
colenso weed
common Jamestown weed
common jimsonweed
common mad-apple
common stink-apple
common stramonium
common thorn-apple
common white Jamestown weed
common white jimsonweed
datura
devil’s apple
devil’s cucumber
devil’s trumpet
devil’s weed
dewtry
downy thornapple
false castor-oil
Hell’s bells
Jamestown lily
Jamestown weed
jimson lily
jimsonweed datura
locoweed
mad apple
mad seeds
moonflower
moonflower stinkwort
pricklyburr
purple jimson
purple jimsonweed
purple stramonium
purple thorn-apple
purple-stemmed jimsonweed
stink apple
stinkweed
stinkwort
stramonium
stramony
thorn-apple stramonium
white Jamestown weed
white jimsonweed


Andere deutsche Namen (nicht vorgeschlagen):
das Asthmakraut
die Donnerkugel
der Dornapfel
das Dornkraut
die Engelstrompete
der Gewöhnlich-Stechapfel
das Hexenkraut
das Kratzkraut
der Rauhapfel
das Schlafkraut
der Schwarzkümmel
die Stachelnuss
der Teufelsapfel
das Tollkraut

Taxonomic citation:
Datura stramonium Linnaeus, Species Plantarum 1: 179. 1753.
AuthorAgalinis (714472) 19 May 12, 14:22
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