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Androsace septentrionalis L.

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

Androsace L. (トチナイソウ)

A. chamaejasme Host

ssp. lehmanniana (Spreng.) Hult´n (トチナイソウ)

A. cortusifolia Nakai (カラクササクラ)
A. filiformis Retz. (サカコザクラ)
A. gmelinii (L.) Roem. et Schult. (ヒナコザクラ) A. incana Lam. (サイトウソウ)
A. longifolia Turcz. (ホソバコザクラ)
A. maxima L. (イヌコザクラ)
A. sarmentosa Wall. (ツルハナガタ)
A. septentrionalis L. (ハリコザクラ)
A. umbellata (Lour.) Merr. (リュウキュウコザクラ)

Androsace septentrionalis in Hokkaido

Harikozakura (ハリコザクラ, 針小桜), pygmyflower rockjasmine, pygmy-flower rock-jasmine, northern rockjasmine or northern fairy candelabra
Lifeform: annual forb
Distribution: north America - Asia - Europe (non-native to Japan)
Habitat: rural meadows and rocky outcrops, roadsides and railway embankments, banks, yards, and wastelands Use: gardening

[1] along a paved road, N27/E2, East Ward, Sapporo, on May 20 2017.