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(First upload on April 18 2012. Last on January 3 2018) [ 日本語 | English ]

Cinnamomum camphora (L.) J. Presl






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

Cinnamomum Schaeffer (ニッケイ)


C. brevifolium Miq. (マルバヤブニッケイ)
C. burmannii (Nees et T. Nees) Blume (インドグス)
C. camphora (L.) J. Presl (クスノキ)
C. cassia (L.) D. Don (トンキンニッケイ)
C. daphnoides Siebold et Zucc. (マルバニッケイ)
C. doederleinii Engl. (シバニッケイ)

var. pseudodaphnoides Hatus. (ケシバニッケイ)

C. insularimontanum Hayata (タイワンヤブニッケイ)
C. javanicum Blume (ジャワニッケイ)
C. kotoense Kaneh. et Sasaki (コウトウニッケイ)
C. micranthum (Hayata) Hayata (アツバクスノキ)
C. osmophloeum Kaneh. (ニッケイモドキ)
C. pseudopedunculatum Hayata (オガサワラヤブニッケイ)
C. reticulatum Hayata (ハマグス)
C. rigidissimum H. T. Chang (コバノクスノキ)
C. sieboldii Meisn. (ニッケイ), south to Kyushu
C. subavenium Miq. (ナガミグス)
C. tamala (Buch.-Ham.) T. Nees et Nees (タマラニッケイ)
C. tenuifolium (Makino) Sugim. ex H. Hara (ヤブニッケイ)
C. verum J. Presl (セイロンニッケイ)

Cinnamomum camphora in Asia


Kusunoki (クスノキ, 樟/楠), camphor laurel
Lifeform: evergreen, tall tree

giant tree (巨木)
bark (樹皮)

Distribution: southeast Asia (archeophyte to Japan, now naturalized in the southern part of Japan)
Habitat: naturalized in (secondary) forests, often transplanted around temples and shrines
Leaf: alternate
Seed dispersal: animal (bird)
var. nominale Hayata (クスノキダマシ)
f. linaloolifera (Fujita) Sugim. (ホウショウ)
索引

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[1/2] at Tokiwa Bridge Park, Tokyo, on March 6 2012. It was rain. [3] at the imperial gardens in the former lawn (Shiba) detached palace, Tokyo, on May 29 2015. [4] The ground surface was covered with the litter of campohr laural and pine on the campus of Wuhan University (武漢大学), Hubei Province (湖北省), China, on March 28 2012. [5] on Shiroyama nature road in Kagoshima City, southern Kyushu, on March 20 2015. [6] in Oi Pier Seaside Park, Tokyo, on June 3 2016. [7-9] on a bank along Sophia Street, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo, on October 19 2018.

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