Ulmus minor Mill., the Field Elm, is by far the most polymorphic of the European species, although its taxonomy remains a matter of contention. Its natural range is predominantly south European, extending to Asia Minor and Iran; its northern outposts are the Baltic islands of Öland and Gotland, although it may have been introduced here by man. The tree's typical habitat is low-lying forest along the main rivers, growing in association with oak and ash, where it tolerates summer floods as well as droughts.

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  • دردار أصغر (الاسم العلمي:Ulmus minor) هو نوع نباتي يتبع جنس الدردار من فصيلة الدردارية . (ar)
  • Ulmus minor, el olmo común o negrillo, es una especie de árbol perteneciente a la familia Ulmaceae. (es)
  • Die Feldulme (Ulmus minor) oder Iper ist ein sommergrüner Laubbaum aus der Familie der Ulmengewächse (Ulmaceae). (de)
  • Ulmus minor Ulmus minorFichier:Illustration Ulmus carpinifolia0.jpg Ulmus carpinifolia Nom binominal Ulmus minorMill. Classification APG III (2009) L’Orme champêtre, l’Ormeau ou le Petit Orme (Ulmus campestris) est une espèce d'arbres à feuilles caduques de la famille de ulmacées. Il est parfois appelé Ipréau, Orme cilié ou Yvet. Il s'agit d'une espèce communément établie à des altitudes modestes sur des sols calcaires et secs, souvent à l'état subspontané. Les plus vieux spécimens ont été décimés par l'épidémie de graphiose de l'orme (maladie hollandaise de l'orme) et il est toujours déconseillé à la plantation, la graphiose évoluant en variantes de plus en plus dévastatrices... (fr)
  • L'Olmo campestre (Ulmus minor Mill., 1768) è un albero deciduo appartenente alla famiglia delle Ulmaceae. Si può trovare nell'Europa Mediterranea ma anche in Asia Mediterranea. Da alcuni decenni una malattia di origine fungina diffusasi dall'Asia, la grafiosi, sta decimando gli esemplari più vecchi. La ricerca scientifica ha tuttavia permesso di sviluppare una varietà di esemplari che mostrano una resistenza a questa malattia. (it)
  • Ulmus minor Mill., the Field Elm, is by far the most polymorphic of the European species, although its taxonomy remains a matter of contention. Its natural range is predominantly south European, extending to Asia Minor and Iran; its northern outposts are the Baltic islands of Öland and Gotland, although it may have been introduced here by man. The tree's typical habitat is low-lying forest along the main rivers, growing in association with oak and ash, where it tolerates summer floods as well as droughts. Current treatment of the species owes much to Richens, who noted (1983) that several varieties of Field Elm are distinguishable on the European mainland. Of these, he listed the small-leaved U. minor of France and Spain; the narrow-leaved U. minor of northern and central Italy; the densely hairy leaved U. minor of southern Italy and Greece; the U. minor with small-toothed leaves from the Balkans; the U. minor with large-toothed leaves from the Danube region; and the small-leaved U. minor from southern Russia and the Ukraine. As for British varieties, "the continental populations most closely related [to eastern English Field Elm] are in central Europe", while south-western forms were introduced from France. He concluded, however, that owing to incomplete field-research at the time of writing, it was "not possible to present an overall breakdown of the European Field Elm into regional varieties". Richens sank a number of British elms, notably English Elm, as either subspecies or varieties of U. minor in 1968. However, Melville, writing ten years later, identified five distinct species (including U. glabra in the count), several varieties and numerous complex hybrids. In 1992 Armstrong identified no fewer than forty British species and microspecies. Stace (1997) wrote of the British elms "The two-species (glabra and minor) concept of Richens is not sufficiently discriminating to be of taxonomic value". Nevertheless, it is Richens’ classification which has been the most commonly adopted in recent years, although it is not used in Flora Europaea . In 2009 Dr Max Coleman of the Royal Botanic Garden, Edinburgh wrote: "The advent of DNA fingerprinting has shed considerable light on the question. A number of studies have now shown that the distinctive forms Melville elevated to species and Richens lumped together as field elm are single clones, all genetically identical, which have been propagated by vegetative means such as cuttings or root suckers. This means that enigmatic British elms such as Plot Elm and English Elm have been shown to be single clones of Field Elm. Although Richens did not have the evidence to prove it, he was correct in recognising a series of clones and grouping them together as a variable species." It is hoped that analysis of molecular markers will ultimately eliminate the taxonomic confusion. (en)
  • De gladde iep (Ulmus minor, synoniem: Ulmus carpinifolia) of veldiep is een boom uit de iepenfamilie (Ulmaceae) die van nature voorkomt in Europa, Noord-Amerika en Zuidwest-Azië. De boom kan 30 m hoog worden. Ulmus minor var. suberosa is de kurkiep met opvallende kurklijsten op de takken. (nl)
  • Wiąz pospolity, wiąz polny (Ulmus minor Mill.) – gatunek rośliny z rodziny wiązowatych (Ulmaceae). Rodzime obszary jego występowania to: Europa, Azja Zachodnia i Kaukaz, Afryka Północna (Algeria, Maroko, Tunezja) i Wyspy Kanaryjskie. (pl)
  • Вяз ма́лый (лат. Úlmus mínor) — вид деревьев из рода Вяз семейства Вязовые. Растение называют также берест, карагач, караич, пробковый ильм, красный ильм. (ru)
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  • *Ulmus campestris var. laevis (Spach, Planch.)
  • *Ulmus carpinifolia (Gled.)
  • *Ulmus foliaceae (Gilibert, Sarg.)
  • *Ulmus micrantha (Kitt.)
  • *Ulmus microphylla (Mill.)
  • *Ulmus nitens (Moench)
  • *Ulmus sparsa (Dumrt.)
  • *Ulmus campestris var. glabra (Hartig, Planch., Aschers. & Graebn.)
  • *Ulmus stricta (Aiton) Lindley ) var goodyeri (Melville)
  • *Ulmus araxina (Takht.)
  • *Ulmus boissieri (Grudz.)
  • *Ulmus campestris (L.) var. australis (Henry)
  • *Ulmus campestris (L.) var. dalmatica (Baldacci)
  • *Ulmus canescens (Melville)
  • *Ulmus coritana (Melville)
  • *Ulmus densa ( Litv.)
  • *Ulmus georgica (Schchian)
  • *Ulmus glabra (Mill.) var.pilifera (Borbas)
  • *Ulmus grossheimii (Takht.)
  • *Ulmus microphylla (Pers.)
  • *Ulmus minor suberosa (Moench, Rehder)
  • *Ulmus minor subsp. minor (Richens)
  • *Ulmus nemoralis (Fraas)
  • *Ulmus pilifera (Borbas)
  • *Ulmus procera (Salisb.)
  • *Ulmus stricta (Aiton) Lindley)
  • *Ulmus tetrandra (Sckk.)
  • *Ulmus tortuosa (Host)
  • *Ulmus uzbekistanica (Drob.)
  • *Ulmus wissotzkyi (Kotov)
  • *Ulmus campestris (Huds.) var. microphylla (Boiss.)
  • *Ulmus glabra (not Huds.), Ley, Mill., Smith, Loudon, Rchb., Wilkomm, C. K. Schneid., Ley)
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  • Ulmus minor
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  • Field Elm, Blismes, Nièvre, France.
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  • دردار أصغر (الاسم العلمي:Ulmus minor) هو نوع نباتي يتبع جنس الدردار من فصيلة الدردارية . (ar)
  • Ulmus minor, el olmo común o negrillo, es una especie de árbol perteneciente a la familia Ulmaceae. (es)
  • Die Feldulme (Ulmus minor) oder Iper ist ein sommergrüner Laubbaum aus der Familie der Ulmengewächse (Ulmaceae). (de)
  • L'Olmo campestre (Ulmus minor Mill., 1768) è un albero deciduo appartenente alla famiglia delle Ulmaceae. Si può trovare nell'Europa Mediterranea ma anche in Asia Mediterranea. Da alcuni decenni una malattia di origine fungina diffusasi dall'Asia, la grafiosi, sta decimando gli esemplari più vecchi. La ricerca scientifica ha tuttavia permesso di sviluppare una varietà di esemplari che mostrano una resistenza a questa malattia. (it)
  • De gladde iep (Ulmus minor, synoniem: Ulmus carpinifolia) of veldiep is een boom uit de iepenfamilie (Ulmaceae) die van nature voorkomt in Europa, Noord-Amerika en Zuidwest-Azië. De boom kan 30 m hoog worden. Ulmus minor var. suberosa is de kurkiep met opvallende kurklijsten op de takken. (nl)
  • Wiąz pospolity, wiąz polny (Ulmus minor Mill.) – gatunek rośliny z rodziny wiązowatych (Ulmaceae). Rodzime obszary jego występowania to: Europa, Azja Zachodnia i Kaukaz, Afryka Północna (Algeria, Maroko, Tunezja) i Wyspy Kanaryjskie. (pl)
  • Вяз ма́лый (лат. Úlmus mínor) — вид деревьев из рода Вяз семейства Вязовые. Растение называют также берест, карагач, караич, пробковый ильм, красный ильм. (ru)
  • Ulmus minor Mill., the Field Elm, is by far the most polymorphic of the European species, although its taxonomy remains a matter of contention. Its natural range is predominantly south European, extending to Asia Minor and Iran; its northern outposts are the Baltic islands of Öland and Gotland, although it may have been introduced here by man. The tree's typical habitat is low-lying forest along the main rivers, growing in association with oak and ash, where it tolerates summer floods as well as droughts. (en)
  • Ulmus minor Ulmus minorFichier:Illustration Ulmus carpinifolia0.jpg Ulmus carpinifolia Nom binominal Ulmus minorMill. Classification APG III (2009) L’Orme champêtre, l’Ormeau ou le Petit Orme (Ulmus campestris) est une espèce d'arbres à feuilles caduques de la famille de ulmacées. Il est parfois appelé Ipréau, Orme cilié ou Yvet. (fr)
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  • دردار أصغر (ar)
  • Feldulme (de)
  • Ulmus minor (es)
  • Ulmus minor (en)
  • Orme champêtre (fr)
  • Ulmus minor (it)
  • Gladde iep (nl)
  • Wiąz pospolity (pl)
  • Вяз малый (ru)
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