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Cirsium oligophyllum (Franchet et Savatier) Matsumura
ssp. aomorense (Nakai) Kitamura




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

Cirsium Mill. (アザミ)
C. oligophyllum (Franch. et Savat.) Matsum. (ノハラアザミ)
ssp. aomorense (Nakai) Kitam.
Oonoazami (オオノアザミ/アオモリアザミ, 大野薊/青森薊)
Life form: perennial forb
Distribution: endemic to northern Japan
Habitat: open grasslands
Synonyms:

Cirsium aomorense Nakai, when established
Cirsium maximowiczii Nakai
Cirsium tanakae (Franch. et Sav.) Matsum. ssp. aomorense (Nakai) Kitam.

ssp. nikkoense (Nakai) Kitam. (ニッコウアザミ)
f. albiflorum (Kitam.) Kitam. (シロバナノハラアザミ)
f. obvallatum Makino (クルマアザミ)

Cirsium oligophyllum ssp. aomorense in Hokkaido


索引

ST1 ST2
ST3 ST4
[1-4] on Mount Hakodate, southern Hokkaido, on September 23 2010.

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