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Alstroemeria L. spp.






Mount Usu / Sarobetsu post-mined peatland
From left: Crater basin in 1986 and 2006. Cottongrass / Daylily

Alstroemeriaceae Dumort. (ユリズイセン科) when established


This family is included in Amaryllidaceae (Engler)
APG III system establishes this family:
254 species in four genera (Christenhusz & Byng 2016)
Distribution: tropical and temperate America
Tribe Alstroemerieae
Alstroemeria L. (ユリズイセン)
Bomarea Mirb.
Tribe Luzuriageae
Drymophila R. Br.
Luzuriaga Ruiz et Pav.

Distribution: New Zealand - Chile - Argentina - the Falkland Islands

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Alstroemeria L. (ユリズイセン, Peruvian lily or lily of the Incas)


Distribution: 50 species in the South America (the Andes)
A. pulchella L. f. (ユリズイセン)
A. aurea Graham (キバナユリズイセン)

Alstroemeria pulchella in the West Coast


Yurizuisen (ユリズイセン, 百合水仙), Peruvian
Lifeform: tuberous perennial herb
Distribution: originally in Brazil, Argentina and Paraguay
Habitat: forests on moist soil, river edges, swamps, etc., sometimes in disturbed vegetation
moist woodland
Flower: reddish-purple, sometimes with brownish spots, forming terminal clusters
Use: ornamental → many cultivars
Synonyms:

Alstroemeria psittacina Lehm., sometimes used

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[1-3] in the South Park Blocks of Portland, Oregon, on August 10 2017.

Alstroemeria aurea in Hokkaido


Kibanayurizuisen (キバナユリズイセン, 黄花百合水仙), Inca lily
Lifeform: perennial herb
Distribution: southern Chile
Habitat: moist woodland
Flower: originally yellow

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[1-3] in a miniascape on N15/E1, East Ward, Sapporo, on August 2 2017.

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