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Pleioblastus chino (Franch. et Sav.) Makino






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

Pleioblastus Nakai (メダケ)
Azumanezasa (アズマネザサ, 東根笹)

chino = shino (篠), jpn

Lifeform: (semi-)evergreen bamboo ≈ 1-2 m tall
Distribution: endemic to eastern Japan (south to southwestern Hokkaido)
Utilization: gardening, hedge, etc.
Synonyms:

Bambusa chino Franch. et Sav.
Arundinaria vaginata Hack.
Arundinaria chino (Franch. et Sav.) Makino

var. vaginatus (Hack.) S. Suzuki (ハコネザサ), discarded
var. viridis S. Suzuki (ネザサ)
var. gracilis (Makino) Nakai (ハコネダケ), discarded
f. angustifolius (Mitford) Muroi et H. Okamura (ヒメシマダケ), syn. f. elegantissimus (Makino) Muroi, in Hokkaido
f. humilis (Makino) S. Suzuki (コチク)
f. murakamianus Muroi (フイリアズマネザサ)
f. pumilis (Mitford) S. Suzuki (ゴキダケ)

cv. variegatus (ヤシバダケ)

f. lvillosus S. Suzuki (フシゲアズマネザサ), in Hokkaido
cv. nebulosus (ショウホウジダケ), in Hokkaido
索引

Pleioblastus chino in Japan


ST1 ST2 ST3
[1-3] in Gokoku Temple (護国寺), Tokyo, on March 15 2017.

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