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(First upload on October 10 2011. Last on February 16 2018) [ 日本語 | English ]

Stachys aspera Michx.






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

Stachys L. (イヌゴマ)
S. aspera Michx.
Ezoinugoma (エゾイヌゴマ, 蝦夷犬胡麻, s.l.)
Lifeform: stoloniferous, perennial forb
var. hispidula (Regel) Vorosch.
Inugoma (イヌゴマ, 犬胡麻)
Distribution: China - Russia - Korea - Japan
Habitat: sunny, wet sites

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Strem and leaf: barbed hair
Synonyms:

Stachys japonica Miq. var. intermedia (Kudo) Ohwi

Stachys riederi Cham. var. intermedia (Kudo) Kitam.
Stachys riederi Cham. var. hispidula (Regel) H. Hara
Stachys baicalensis Fisch. ex Benth. var. hispidula (Regel) Nakai

var. baicalensis (Fisch. ex Benth.) Maxim. (エゾイヌゴマ, s.s.)
Shoot and leaf: more barbed and patent hair
var. japonica (Miq.) Maxim. (ケナシイヌゴマ)
Shoot and leaf: hairless (= kenashi, ケナシ)
Distribution: southern part of Japan
索引

Stachys aspera Michx. in Hokkaido


var. baicalensis

ST1 ST2
[1/2] along a forest road for Sabo (erosion control) on the northern slope of Mount Usu on August 24 2011 ⇒ Flora on Mount Usu.

var. hispidula

ST3 ST4 ST5
ST6 ST7
[3-5] at a way to go Institute of Low Temperature Science, Hokkaido University, on August 31 2012. [6/7] along a lake coast on Toya Lake close to Toya Lake Experimental Station, HU, on September 12 2017.

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