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(First upload on October 13 2009. Last on December 9 2018) [ 日本語 | English ]

Raphanus sativus L. var. raphanistroides Makino






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

[ R. sativus | R. raphanistrum ]

Raphanus sativus in Hokkaido


Raphanus L. (ダイコン)
Raphanus sativus L. (ダイコン, s.l.)
Origin: non-native to Japan
var. caudatus (L.) Virmorin (サヤダイコン)
var. longipinnatus L. H. Bailey (ダイコン)
var. niger Kerner (クロダイコン)
var. raphanistroides Makino (ハマダイコン, 浜大根), east Asian wild radish
Lifeform: biennial forb
Distribution: becoming wild (Taiwan - Korea - Japan)
Habitat: sand coast (海浜)

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

var. sativus (ハツカダイコン), radish
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var. raphanistroides

ST1 ST2 ST3
ST4 ST5 ST6
[1] at Kunebetsu Coast on September 25 2009. [2/3] in the same coast on September 21 2010. [4-6] in Oi Pier Seaside Park, Tokyo, on June 3 2016.


var. longipinnatus

Daikon (ダイコン, 大根) Japanese radish or daikon radish
ST1 ST2 ST3
ST4 ST5 [1] in a house garden in front of the Muroran Marine Experimental Station of Hokkaido University on September 11 2017. [2] escaped from a home garden in N28/E2, East Ward, Sapporo, on August 3 2015. [3-5] in a small flower garden under a street tree in N10/W4, North Ward, Sapporo. [3/4] on July 16 2018. [5] on October 13 2018.

Raphanus raphanistrum in Hokkaido


Seiyou-nodaikon, セイヨウノダイコン, 西洋野大根), wild radish
Lifeform: annual-biennial forb (characterized by large flower and bristly hair)
Distribution: exotic to Japan

ST1 ST2 ST3
[1-3] in an area where a weather station is operated by the Institute of Low Temperature Science, HU, on October 6 2009.

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