Myrrhis odorata (Apiaceae, Angiosperms)

Common names:čechřice vonná (CZ), Süßdolde (DE), Sødskærm (DK), mesiputk  (EE), saksankirveli (FI), Søtur urtakervil (FO), Lus áinleoige (IE), Spánarkerfill (IS), Kvapioji garduokle (LT), Roomse kervel (NL), spansk kjørvel (NO), Marchewnik anyżowy (PL), миррис душистая (RU), Spansk körvel (SE)
Synonymes:Lindera odorata, Scandix odorata
Habitats:Agricultural areas, Disturbed areas, Grass and heathlands, Mixed conifer/broadleaf forest, Riparian zones, Urban areas
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Country Introduction year Status Frequency Invasiveness
Czech Republic (CZ) <1809 Established Local Invasive
Denmark (DK) Established Rare Not invasive
Estonia (EE) 1823 Not known Rare Not known
European part of Russia (RU) Not established Rare Not invasive
Faroe Islands (FO) Established Not known Not known
Finland (FI) Established Local Potentially invasive
Germany (DE) Not known Not known Not known
Iceland (IS) <1932 Established Local Not invasive
Ireland (IE) Not known Not known Not invasive
Lithuania (LT) 1821 Not established Rare Not known
Netherlands (NL) Established Not known Not known
Norway (NO) 1820 Established Not known Invasive
Poland (PL) 1550 Established Common Invasive
Sweden (SE) 1749 Established Common Invasive

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