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(First upload on June 15 2009. Last on October 5 2016) [ 日本語 | English ]

Morus bombycis Koidz.






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

Morus L. (クワ) in Japan


M. australis Poiret (ヤマグワ)
M. alba L. (カラグワ/マグワ)

var. multicaulis (Perr.) Loudon (ロソウ)

M. boninensis Koidz. (オガサワラグワ): Bonin Islands
M. cathayana Hemsley (カラケグワ/ケグワ): East Asia, including south Japan
M. kagayamae Koidz. (ハチジョウグワ): Izu Islands
M. mongolica Schneid. (チョウセングワ/モウコグワ)
M. nigra L. (クロミグワ)
M. rubra L. (アカミグワ): north America

Morus bombycis in Hokkaido Univesity Campus


Yamaguwa (ヤマグワ, 山桑), mulberry
Lifeform: perennial forb
Distribution: China - Korea - Japan
Habitat: sunny forests

Field training on integrated environmental research (統合環境調査法実習) (fauna and flora 種リスト)
HUSTEP: Plants and Plant communities in Japan (flora list)

Leaf shape: totally diverse (see photos below)
Seed dispersal: edible → animal
Synonyms

Morus australis Poiret: standard

var. maritima Koidz. (ハマグワ)
Habitat: coastsides
Leaf: larger, shiny and thicker > the type, with sharp top
Leaf tooth: sharp > the type
Fruit: 1.5-2.5 cm long > the type, occasionally biserrate

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索引

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[1] near the weather observation station of Urakawa Territory, south-central Hokkaido, on June 15 2016. [2] in Keiteki-no-mori Forest (恵迪の森) in HU campus on May 21 2009. [3] at the backyard of the Institute of Low Temperature Science, Hokkaido University, on May 15 2014. [4/5] in front of Faculty of Agriculture, Hokkaido University, on June 17 2014. → bark (樹皮. [Discard] at New-Kogane Shell-mound Park, Date City, southern Hokkaido, on July 25 2013. It was rain.

Leaf shape

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[1-3] at a coast adjacent to Usujiri Fisheries Station of Hokkaido University, southern Hokkaido, on August 29 2016. [4] at the backyard of GSEES, HU, on September 9 2016, when a field training for Moiwa High School students was conducted. [5] in Oi Pier Seaside Park, Tokyo, on December 26 2015.
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