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vernacular name

the common (non-Latin) name for an organism, for example robin is the vernacular name for Erithacus rubecula.
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Vernacular name: Atti Batang (Hindko), Qualperang Tango (Pashto).
The big genus of spiny rats has been given the English vernacular name 'Maxomys', and includes the recent discovery Maxomys tajuddini.
APPENDIX 1 List of plant species of Reunion with marron/maronne in their local vernacular name. Note that the plant may also be known by other local names.
<brit.asmussen@exemail.com.au> Table 1: List of Indigenous names for Bowenia, Lepidozamia and Macrozamia cycads of Australia (Bonta and Osborne 2007:18-20) Scientific name Locality Vernacular name Reference Bowenia QLD Eng.
Falsa is the vernacular name in Pakistan and India, where there are a number of dialectal names of it.
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