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(First upload on September 19 2010. Last on August 26 2016) [ 日本語 | English ]

Berberis amurensis Ruprecht






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

Berberis L. (メギ, barberry, oregongrape or mahonia) in Japan


B. amurensis Rupr. (ヒロハヘビノボラズ)
B. fortunei Lindl.
B. japonica (Thunb.) R. Br.
B. oiwakensis (Hayata) Laferr. (ニイタカヒイラギナンテン)
B. sieboldii Miq. (ヘビノボラズ), endemic to Japan (between Kyushu and central Honshu)
B. thunbergii DC. (メギ)
B. tschonoskyana Regel (オオバメギ)
Northwest
B. nervosa Pursh

Berberis amurensis in Hokkaido


Berberis amurensis Ruprecht (ヒロハノヘビノボラズ, 広葉蛇不登), Amur barberry* (* tentative)
Life form: deciduous shrub < 4 m high
Distribution: China - Russia - Korea - Japan
Habitat: sunny sites, e.g., grasslands, tichkes, and forest edges. Often established in serpentine zone (蛇紋岩帯)

Field training on integrated environmental research (統合環境調査法実習) (出現種リスト)

Seed dispersal: animal
Chromosome number: 2n = 28
var. quelpaertensis (Nakai) Nakai (サイシュウメギ)
f. bretschneideri (Rehder) Ohwi (アカジクヘビノボラズ)
f. brevifolia (Nakai) Ohwi (マルバヘビノボラズ)
f. latifolia (Nakai) W. T. Lee (ヒロハメギ)
索引

ST1 ST2 ST3
ST4 ST5 ST6
[1-4] in Teshio Experimental Forest, northern Hokkaido. [1-3] on September 13 2010. [4] on June 15 2011. [5/6] near the fifth station on Mount Apoi (アポイ岳), south-central Hokkaido, on June 15 2016. Discard: in Teshio Experimental Forest, northern Hokkaido on August 27 1996.

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