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Buxus microphylla Siebold et Zucc.






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

Buxus L. (ツゲ) in Japan


B. bodinieri H. Lev. (カラヒメツゲ)
B. liukiuensis (Makino) Makino (オキナワツゲ)
B. microphylla Siebold et Zucc. (ヒメツゲ)
B. sempervirens L. (セイヨウツゲ)

Buxus microphylla in Hokkaido


B. microphylla Siebold et Zucc. (ヒメツゲ, s.l.)
ssp. sinica (Rehder et E. H. Wilson) Hatus. (タイワンアサマツゲ)
var. insularis Nakai
Chousenhimetsuge (チョウセンヒメツゲ, 朝鮮姫柘植)
Leaf: adverse, rounded with 1 cm long
Distribution: China - Korea (- southwestern Japan)
var. japonica (Mull. Arg. ex Miq.) Rehder et E. H. Wilson (ツゲ)

f. minutissima Makino (コメツゲ)
f. tenuis Makino (アリマツゲ)
cv. rubra (サンゴジュツゲ)

var. kitashimae (Yanagita) H. Ohba (ベンテンツゲ)
var. microphylla
ヒメツゲ (姫柘植), littleleaf boxwood
Lifeform: evergreen shrub < 0.5 m high
Distribution: considered to be a cultivar
Utilization: gardening, hedge, etc.
var. riparia (Makino) Makino (コツゲ)
索引

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[1/2] var. microphylla at a roadside, N27/W3, North Ward, Sapporo, on April 7 2014.
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[1-3] var. insularis at a small garden of an apartment, N17/E1, East Ward, Sapporo, on July 19 2016.

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