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Chenopodium album L.






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

Atriplex L. (ハマアカザ)

Chenopodium L. (アカザ)


C. acuminatum Willd. (マルバアカザ, s.l)
C. album L. (シロザ)
C. ambrosioides L. (アリタソウ)

var. anthelminticum (Crantz) A. Gray (アメリカアリタソウ)

C. aristatum L. (ハリセンボン)
C. bonus-henricus L. (キクバアカザ)
C. bryoniifolium Bunge ex Trautv. (ミドリアカザ)
C. glaucum L. (ウラジロアカザ)
C. gracilispicum H. W. Kung (イワアカザ)
C. hybridum L. (ウスバアカザ)
C. leptophyllum (Nutt. ex Moq.) S. Watson (ヒメハマアカザ)
C. murale L. (ミナトアカザ)
C. opulifolium Schrad. ex DC. (ヒロハアカザ)
C. pratericola Rydb. (ヒロハヒメハマアカザ)
C. pumilio R. Br. (ゴウシュウアリタソウ)
C. quinoa Willd. (キヌア/キノア)
C. rubrum L. (アカバアカザ)
C. schraderianum Roem. et Schult. (キクバノアリタソウ)
C. serotinum L. (コアカザ)
C. stenophyllum (Makino) Koidz. (ホソバアカザ)
C. strictum Roth (シロザモドキ)
C. urbicum L. (テリハアカザ, s.l.)

ssp. sinicum H. W. Kung et G. L. Chu (テリハアカザ, s.s.)

Putative hybirds
C. × preissmannii J. Murr (アイノコアカザ)
C. × zahnii J. Murray (ノハラアカザ)

C. album in Hokkaido


Taxonomically-confusing group
Chenopodium album L.
Shiroza (シロザ, 白藜), fathen
Lifeform: fast-growing annual weed in Japan
Distribution: probably native to Europe, now widespread cosmopolitan

flora on Mount Usu

Habitat: arable land, grassland, cropfieds, etc.
Edible plant: whole plant (rich in vitamins A, B2, and C)
var. centrorubrum Makino
Akaza (アカザ, 赤藜), red-purple farinose buds, shoots and/or leaves
Synonyms

C. centrorubrum (Makino) Nakai
C. album L. ssp. amaranthicolor (Caste et Reynier)

var. purpurascens (Jacq.) Kuntze (ムラサキアカザ)
ssp. album (standard)
ssp. striatum (Krašan) Murr
var. reticulatum (Aellen) Uotila

Hybrids
Producing hybrids with C. opulifolium, S. strictum and C. suecicum

ST1 ST2 ST3 ST4
[1] The plant was extremely huge at Toya Lake Station, Iburi Province, on August 21 2007. [2] Dominant species in the early stage of secondary succession. [3/4] at an open land, N21/W1, East Ward, Sapporo, on July 9 2014.

索引
var. centrorubrum

ST1 ST2
[1] at a construction field in N24/W2, North Ward, Sapporo, on October 20 2009. [2] on a pedestrian road, Yahata Town, Hakodate City, on July 27 2012.

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