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(First upload on July 30 2009. Last on August 31 2009) [ 日本語 | English ]

Lilium cordatum Thunberg var. glehnii (Fr. Schmidt) Woodcock et Coutts






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

Lilium L. (ユリ)
Lilium cordatum Thunberg
Ubayuri (ウバユリ, 姥百合), heartleaf lily
Distribution: endemic to south to southern Tohoku District (mostly in western Japan)
var. glehnii (Fr. Schmidt) Woodcock et Coutts
Ooubayuri (オオウバユリ, 大姥百合)
Lifeform: monocarpic, deciduous perennial forb, flowering stalk > 1 m high
Distribution: Kuriles - Sakhalin - Japan (northern Honshu - Hokkaido)
Habitat: mainly deciduous forest

Field training on integrated environmental research (統合環境調査法実習) (fauna and flora 種リスト)
Nature in the eco-campus of HU - introduction to botany (北大エコキャンパスの自然 - 植物学入門)
HUSTEP: Plants and Plant communities in Japan (flora list)

索引
Flower: 9-13 cm long
Seed dispersal: wind
Utilization: an edible plant for ainu
Chromosome number: 2n = 24
Synonyms:

Cardiocrinum cordatum (Thunberg) Makino var. glehnii (Fr. Schmidt) H. Hara
Cardiocrinum glehnii (Fr. Schmidt) Makino, commonly used
Lilium glehnii Fr. Schmidt

Lilium cordatum in Japan


var. glehnii

ST1 ST2 ST3 ST4
[1/2] inflorescences in Keiteki-no-Mori forest on July 23 2009. [3] young shoots in Keiteki-no-Mori forest on April 22 2013. [4] on Fukuura-jima Island in Matsushima Islands, northern Honshu, on March 21 2016.

ST5 ST6 ST7
[5/6] A fruit stage in the forest on August 31 2009. [7] How many seeds are there? On October 13 2009. [1-3, 5-7] in the Hokkaido University campus.

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