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(First upload on November 19 2008. Last on March 28 2019) [ 日本語 | English ]

Cacalia auriculata DC. var. kamtschatica (Maxim.) Matsum.






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

Cacalia L. (コウモリソウ)
C. auriculata DC (カラフトミミコウモリ), eared Indian plantain
Synonyms:

Koyamacalia auriculata (DC.) H. Rob. et Brettell
Parasenecio auriculatus (DC.) J. R. Grant, often used

var. auriculata
var. kamtschatica (Maxim.) Matsum.
Mimikoumori (ミミコウモリ, 耳蝙蝠)
Lifeform: perennial forb < 120 cm high
Distribution: east Asia (Japan - Manchuria - Siberia)
Habitat: humus-rich soils in deciduous forests

skisloples (スキー場), Mount Usu (有珠山)

Seed dispersal: wind
Synonym:

Parasenecio auriculatus (DC.) J.R. Grant var. kamtschaticus (Maxim.) H. Koyama

var. bulbifera Koidz.
Komochimimikoumori (コモチミミコウモリ, 子持耳蝙蝠)

RDB: endangered

Synonyms:

C. matsumurana Kudo
Parasenecio auriculatus (DC.) J.R. Grant var. bulbifer (Koidz.) H. Koyama

索引

Cacalia auriculata in Asia


var. kamtschatica

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[1] in a skislope on Mount Teine on May 25, 1985. [2] flowering stage at the foot of Mount Usu on August 22, 1987. [3] near a junglezym in Tomakomai Experimental forest on September 10 2009. Also recorded near a crane site on September 14 2017. [4/5] near a junglezym in Tomakomai Experimental forest on August 23 2012. [6] along a walkboard near Sarobetsu Wetland Center, northern Hokkaido, on August 27 2015. Also I saw it on Mount Eniwa when I was in undergraduate. [7] in the Dell Forest, Changbai Mountain, Jilin Province, China, on June 12 2017.

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