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(First upload on June 29 2007. Last on July 31 2014) [ 日本語 | English ]

Pyrola incarnata Fisch.






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

⇒ APG: Ericaceae

Pyrolaceae


Fifty species in 11 genera worldwide
Twenty species in four genera in Japan
Chimaphila Pursh (ウメガサソウ)
Moneses Salisb. ex Gray (イチゲイチヤクソウ)
Orthilia Raf. (コイチヤクソウ)
Pyrola L. (イチヤクソウ)

Pyrola L. (イチヤクソウ)


Japan
P. alpina H. Andres (コバノイチヤクソウ)
P. faurieana H. Andres (カラフトイチヤクソウ)
P. incarnata Fischer (ベニバナイチヤクソウ)
P. japonica Klenze (イチヤクソウ)
P. minor L. (エゾイチヤクソウ)
P. nephrophylla (H. Andres) H. Andres (マルバノイチヤクソウ)
P. renifolia Maxim. (ジンヨウイチヤクソウ)
Alaska
P. asarifolia Michx.

var. asarifolia
var. purpurea (Bunge) Fern.

P. grandiflora Radius
P. chlorantha Sw.
P. minor L.
P. secunda L.

ssp. secunda
ssp. obtsusata (Turcz.) Hult.

P. uniflora (L.) Gray
  • Haber, E. & Takahashi, H. 1988. A comparative study of the North American Pyrola asarifolia and its Asian vicariad, P. incarnata (Ericaceae). Botanical Magazine, Tokyo 101: 483-495.

Pyrola incarnata on volcanoes


Scientific name follows Ohwi & Kitagawa (1983)

Benibana-ichiyakusou (ベニバナイチヤクソウ, 紅花一薬草), liverleaf wintergreen, pink wintergreen

Lifeform: evergreen perennial forb
Distribution: China - Siberia - Korea - Japan - north America
Habitat: forest floor

⇒ flora: Mount Koma, Mount Usu

Confusing group
= P. rotundifolia L. var. purpurea Bunge
= P. rotundifolia L. var. incarnada DC
= P. asarifolia Michx. var. incarnata (Fisch.) Fernald
= P. asarifolia Michx. ssp. incarnata (DC.) Haber et H.Takahash

索引

ST1 ST2 ST3
[1] In the crater basin of the northweastern slope of O-Usu on Mount Usu (有珠山) on Juen 26 2007. [2/3] on the middle slope of Mount Koma (駒ヶ岳) on June 18 2014. Discard: on the summito area of Mount Koma on June 15 2010.

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