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(First upload on July 29 2010. Last on November 23 2016) [ 日本語 | English ]

Tilia japonica (Miq.) Simonkai






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

Tilia L. (シナノキ)
Shinanoki (シナノキ, 科木 ← 信濃/科野), Japanese lime
Lifeform: deciduous tree
Distribution: endemic to Japan
Habitat: common in forests

Flora on Mount Usu
Field training on integrated environmental research (統合環境調査法実習) (fauna and flora 種リスト)

Stamen > petal ⇔ T. maximowicziana
Seed dispersal: animal
Utilization: ropes made from the bark (for wise-use)
Synonyms (discarded):

T. japonica (Miq.) Simonk. var. magna H. Hara

var. leiocarpa Nakai (ケナシシナノキ/シコクシナノキ), not distributed in Hokkaido
f. inaensis (Kusaka) H. Hara (グンバイシナノキ)
f. ishiharae (Yanagita) Sugim. (トビダシシナノキ)
f. pygmaea Satomi (チャボシナノキ)
f. stenoglossa (Honda) H. Hara (アラカワシナノキ)
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Tilia japonica in Hokkaido


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[1/2] in the caldera rim of Mount Usu on July 14 2010. [3] in the backyard of the central Co-op Restaurant on July 21 2010. [4] at Hokkaido Prefectural Government, Sapporo, on July 7 2015. [5] a giant tree (巨木). [6] close-up of the trunk. [5] on Tomamu skislope on July 19 2012. [6] in front of the GSEES, Hokkaido University, on September 9 2016.

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