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(First upload on December 4 2003. Last on October 2011) [ 日本語 | English ]

Campanula lasiocarpa Cham.






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

Cultivated

Campanula L. (ホタルブクロ, spotted bellflower) in Japan


C. chamissonis Fedorov (チシマギキョウ), hairless corolla

f. albiflora (Miyabe et Tatewaki) T. Shimizu (シロバナチシマギキョウ)

C. glomerata L. (ヤツシロソウ, s.l.)
C. lasiocarpa Cham. (イワギキョウ)
C. microdonta Koidz. (シマホタルブクロ)
C. punctata Lam. (ホタルブクロ)
C. takeshimana Nakai (タケシマホタルブクロ)

[flora on Mount Koma]

Campanula lasiocarpa on Mount Koma


Iwagikyou (イワギキョウ, 岩桔梗), mountain harebell
Lifeform: perennial forb
Distribution: Northeast Asia - North America
Habitat: fellfield and grassland on alpine zone (高山帯)
Leaf: deep green, wavy teeth
Flower: long hair corolla inside
f. albiflora Tatewaki (シロバナイワギキョウ)
索引

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[1] Close to summit on August 1 2001 (JH Titus). [2] a flowering shoot. [3] close-up of a flower, seeng from the top. [2/3] on the summir area of Mount Koma on July 21 2011 (Tsuyuzaki & Hase 2005)

Specimens, including C. lasiocarpa, stored in SAPS

Campanula lasiocarpa in Alaska


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[1/2] at a coast of Fourteen Mile Lake along Denali Highway on August 12 2010. Close to Campanula, Dryas grew up well.

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