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(First upload on November 30 2009. Last on December 21 2013) [ 日本語 | English ]

Quercus serrata Thunb. ex. Muuray






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

Quercus L. (コナラ)

Konara (コナラ, 小楢), Konara oak

Life form: deciduous tall tree
Distribution: Himalayas - China - Korea - Japan
Habitat: deciduous forests in lowland and montane regions

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Sprouting: vigorous → secondary forest
Seed dispersal: gravity or cache

Varieties
ssp. mongolicoides H. Ohba (フモトミズナラ)
var. brevipetiolata (A. DC.) Nakai (タイワンコナラ)
var. pseudovariabilis Nakai (マルバコナラ)
f. concolor (Sugim.) H. Ohba (アオナラ)
f. dependens Nakai (シダレコナラ)
f. donarium (Nakai) Kitam. (テリハコナラ)
f. longicarpa (Uyeki) Kitam. et T. Horik. (ナガミコナラ)
f. pinnata (Koidz.) Kitam. et T. Horik. (ハゴロモアオナラ)
f. pinnatifida (Koidz.) Kitam. et T. Horik. (タレハハゴロモアオナラ)
Synonyms
Q. glandulifera Blume
Q. serrata Thunb.
Q. serrata Murray f. suberosa Hayashi

Quercus serrata in Japan


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索引

ST4 ST5
[1] a sapling. [2] branching of annual shoots. [1/2] an old tree at Rakuju-en Garden, Mishima, on November 18 2009. [3] at a trail to go Yakuo-in Shrine on Mount Takao (599 m elevation), Tokyo, on October 21 2013 → Mount Takao forest for recreational use (高尾山自然休養林). [4] an elongated shoot. [5] a top of annual shoot. [4/5] at a hill, southeast from Utonaito Swamp, central Hokkaido, on July 16 2012. Here, we saw the three major oak species of Hokkaido (Q. dentata, Q. mongolica var. grosseserrata, and Q. serrata).

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