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(First upload on August 31 2010. Last on October 29 2018) [ 日本語 | English ]

Parnassia palustris L.






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

Parnassia L. (ウメバチソウ)
P. palustris L.
var. izuinsularis H. Ohba (イズノシマウメバチソウ)
var. palustris (ウメバチソウ, 梅鉢草), marsh grass of Parnassus
Life form: perennial forb
Distribution: boreal circumpolar regions, including Japan
Habitat: wetlands in low-to high-lands ⇒ wetland (湿原), represented by Sarobetsu mire

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Synonyms:

Parnassia palustris L. var. multiseta Ledeb.
f. rhodanthera H. Ohba et Y. Umezu (ベニシベウメバチソウ)

var. tenuis Wahlenb. (コウメバチソウ) → AK
var. yakusimensis (Masam.) H. Ohba (ヤクシマウメバチソウ)
Varieties in Alaska
var. montanensis (Fernald et Rydb. ex Rydb.) C. L. Hitchc., not in Alaska
var. palustris
var. parviflora (DC.) B. Boivin
var. tenuis Wahlenb. (コウメバチソウ)
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Parnassia palustris in the Northern Hemisphere


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[1/2] in Teshio Experimental Forest, Hokkaido, northern Japan, on September 14 2010. [3] along a walkboard in the post-mined peatland of Sarobetsu Mire, northern Hokkaido, on August 28 2017.


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[4-6] along Richardson Highway near Gulkana, Alaska, on August 12 2010.

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