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(First upload on June 16 2016. Last on April 26 2019) [ 日本語 | English ]

Hepatica nobilis Schreb.






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

Hepatica Mill. (ミスミソウ)

H. nobilis Schreb.
var. japonica Nakai
Misumisou (ミスミソウ, 三角草), kidneywort or liverwort
Yukiwarisou (ユキワリソウ, 雪割草)
Lifeform: evergreen perennial forb
Distribution: south to Chubu District
Habitat: under treee cover
Chromosome number: 2n = 14
Use: many cultivars traditionally used for gardening
Synonyms:

Anemone hepatica L. var. japonica (Nakai) Ohwi
f. japonica (Nakai) Yonek. (ミスミソウ, s.s.)
f. lutea Kadota (エチゼンミスミソウ)
f. magna (M. Hiroe) Kitam. (オオミスミソウ)
Distribution: Japan Sea side, west to Yamagata Prefecture
f. pubescens (M. Hiroe) Kadota (ケスハマソウ), hair on both sides of leaf, between south Chub and Setouchi Region
Distribution: west to Kinki District
Chromosome number: 2n = 28 or 42

f. variegata (Makino) Nakai (スハマソウ, 州浜草)
Leaf: the top of leaf lobes are acute or rounded
Distribution: south to Tohoku District
Chromosome number: 2n = 14
Synonyms:

Anemone hepatica L. var. japonica (Nakai) Ohwi f. variegata (Makino) H. Hara
Anemone hepatica L. var. japonica (Nakai) Ohwi f. nipponica (Nakai) Ohwi

var. asiatica (Nakai) H. Hara (マンセンスハマソウ)
索引

Hepatica nobilis Schreb. in Hokkaido


var. japonica

ST1 ST2
ST3 ST4
[1-4] probably escaped from a garden at the Toyotomi Hachiman Shrine, Toyotomi Town, northern Hokkaido, on April 24 2016.


var. japonica f. magna

ST1 ST2 ST3
[1-3] in Rokko Alpine Botanical Garden, Kobe, western Japan, on March 17 2019.


var. japonica f. pubescens

ST1 ST2 ST3
[1-3] in Rokko Alpine Botanical Garden, Kobe, western Japan, on March 17 2019.

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