Brassica nigra (L.) W.D.J. Koch

Black mustard

source: Pancrat (2009), Wikimedia Commons (license CCASA 3.0 Unported)
source: Pancrat (2009), Wikimedia Commons (license CCASA 3.0 Unported)

Nomenclature

GrinTax Brassica nigra (L.) W.D.J. Koch
The Plant list Brassica nigra (L.) W.D.J. Koch
English name Black mustard



Crop relationship
Black mustard primary genepool
Cabbage secondary genepool
Ethiopian cabbage secondary genepool
Mustard secondary genepool
Perennial wall rocket secondary genepool
Rapeseed tertiaire genenpool
Radish tertiary genepool
Turnip tertiary genepool
White mustard tertiary genepool



FLORON data (2014)
Indigeneity native
Trend since 1950 stable or increasing
Presence common
Status least concern
Legal protection unlisted

© NDFF, 2015
© NDFF, 2015

Legend distribution maps

upper map:

  • red: locations of presence from year 2000 onwards
  • blue: previous localities where the species has not been observed anymore after 1999.
  • source: Verspreidingsatlas.nl

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lower map:

Verspreidingsgebied
Europe largest part of Europe
Asia SW-Asia
Africa N-Africa
North-America naturalized
South-America naturalized
Australia naturalized
source: wilde-planten.nl, 2015
source: wilde-planten.nl, 2015

Expected distribution due to climate change

Expected distribution area in 2070 in the European region and in the Netherlands compared with current suitable areas under an optimistic and a pessimistic climate change scenario (see: About CWRnl / Methodology). Click on a map to enlarge.

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Optimistic scenario

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Distribution data GBIF, May 2017
Distribution data GBIF, May 2017

Pessimistic scenario

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Additional information