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(First upload on July 23 2013. Last on December 24 2016) [ 日本語 | English ]

Fagus crenata Blume






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

Fagus L. (ブナ) in Japan


Native

F. crenata Blume (ブナ)
F. japonica Maxim. (イヌブナ)

Non-native

F. engleriana Seemen (エングラーブナ)
F. grandifolia Ehrh. (アメリカブナ)
F. hayatae Palib. ex Hayata (タイワンブナ)
F. longipetiolata Seemen (ナガエブナ)

F. lucida Rehder et E. H. Wilson (テリハブナ)
F. sylvatica L. (ヨーロッパブナ)

ssp. orientalis (Lipsky) Greuter et Burdet (オリエントブナ)

Fagus crenata in Hokkaido


Buna (ブナ, 山毛欅/椈), Japanese beech
Sobaguri (ソバグリ)
Lifeform: deciduous tall tree
Distribution: Endemic to Japan (Kyushu - Shikoku - Honshu - southern Hokkaido)

→ Kuromatunai Line: montane zone

Habitat: developing the dominant forests

Field training on integrated environmental research (統合環境調査法実習) (fauna and flora 種リスト)

Seed dispersal: gravity (or cache by rodents)
Synonyms:

Fagus undulata (Blume) Buerger ex Miq.
Fagus crenata Blume f. grandifolia (Nakai) Hayashi

Additional records:
transplantation at Road Station Kuromatsunai on May 18 2012
索引

ST1 ST2 ST3
ST4 ST5 ST6
[1] a bark (樹皮). [4] a seedling (実生) on a moss mat. [1-4] along a tiny trail for looking around small islands in O-numa Park, southern Hokkaido, on July 7 2013. [5] in a forest near Akkeshi Marine Experimental Station, eastern Hokkaido, on July 1 2014. Probably somebody transplanted here a few centuries ago , but I am not sure. [6] on a small hill in the Sapporo City Nature Education Park on September 19 2016. The seedling was naturally regenerated despite the outside of the distribution area.

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