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(First upload on August 30 2008. Last on September 25 2015) [ 日本語 | English ]

Glehnia littoralis Fr. Schmidt ex Miquel






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

Glehnia Fr. Schmidt (ハマボウフウ)
This genus contains one species (monotypic), G. littoralis
Hamaboufuu (ハマボウフウ, 浜防風), beach silvertop
Life form: pubescent perennia forb < 50 cm in height Distribution: Eeat Asia (all around Japan), west-side of North America
Habitat: sandy coast (the habitats are decreasing, owing to the coastline protection works and and over-foraging)

→ observation of belowground organs at a fieldd trip

Belowground: long taproot system
Utilization: edible and medical plant
Synonyms

Phellopterus littoralis Benth.

索引

Glehnia littoralis in Hokkaido


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[1-3] a parking lot near a seasohre between Kushiro and Akkeshi along the National Route 44 on June 30 2014. [4] at Ishikari Coast Plant Conservation Center on July 10 2011. [5/6] at a coast adjacent to Usujiri Fisheries Station of Hokkaido University, southern Hokkaido, on June 18 2015. Discard: at Higashi-Kunebetsu Coast in the city of Hokuto, southern Hokkaido, on August 4 2008. [7] in the Abashiri-Koshimizu natural flower garden, northeastern Hokkaido, on July 1984. the plant develops huge, deep roots.

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