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(First upload on April 24 2009. Last on November 23 2015) [ 日本語 | English ]

Pilea mongolica Weddell






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

Pilea Lindl. (ミズ) native to Japan


P. brevicornuta Hayata (アリサンミズ)
P. japonica (Maxim.) Hand.-Mazz. (ヤマミズ)
P. kiotensis Ohwi (ミヤコミズ)
P. mongolica Weddell (アオミズ)
P. peploides (Gaudich.) Hook. et Arn. (コケミズ)
P. petiolaris (Sieb. et Zucc.) Bl. (ミヤマミズ)
P. pseudopetiolaris Hatus. (コミヤマミズ)
P. pumila (L.) A. Gray var. hamaoi (Makino) C. J. Chen (ミズ)
P. sohayakiensis Kitam. (ソハヤキミズ)

Pilea mongolica in Japan


Aomizu (アオミズ), Canadian clearweed
Lifeform: annual forb
Distribution: China - Korea - eastern Siberia - Japan
Habitat: mesic, shady sites

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

Chromosome number: 2n = 24
Synonyms:

Pilea pumila (L.) A. Gray
Pilea viridissima Makino

Height (cm)TeethLeaf apexStemInflorescence stalkMale flower
P. pumila (ミズ)20-40obtusenon-caudategreen-brownyshortnon-red
P. mongolica (アオミズ)30-50acutecaudategreenlongpartially red
索引
Aomori

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[1-3] The plants emerged from soil samples collected in Hotoke Swamp, Aomori Prefecture, norhternmost, Honshu Japan, by Kimura H. To estimate seedbank composition. these samples were collected and used for seed germination experiments in a greenhosue of Center of Advanced Science and Technology (CAST), HU. The photos were taken on November 29 2008 (Kimura & Tsuyuzaki 2011, 露崎他 2007)

Hokkaido

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ST3 ST4
[1] along the Philosopher Path (哲学の道) of Hokkaido University on September 5 2011. In the greenhouse (see above), the growth was so well. [2-3] along a paved road in front of the Toya Lake Experimental Station of Hokkaido University, central Hokkaido, on September 18 2013 [4] at the backyard of GSEES, HU, on September 11 2015 when field training for Moiwa High School students were conducted.

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