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(First upload on March 8 2014. Last on August 11 2021) [ 日本語 | English ]

Artemisia feddei H. Lev. et Vaniot






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

Artemisia L. (ヨモギ)
Himeyomogi (ヒメヨモギ, 姫蓬), princess mugwort* (* tentative translation)
Lifeform: perennial forb ≈ 1-1.2 m high when matured
Distribution: Native to temperate East Asia (south to Honshu in Japan), probably introduced for erosion control to Hokkaido

Hokkaido Blue List: category A3

Habitat: sandy beaches, or mountains in the native regions, and disturbed habitats, such as roadsides, open lands, riversides, etc., in Hokkaido

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Flower head: white - pale, showy pink, small with 2 mm long and 1 mm wide
Stem: brainching well, often colored violet
Synonyms:

Artemisia lancea Vaniot, recently, often used
Artemisia lavandulifolia var. feddei (H. Lev. et Vaniot) Pamp.

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Artemisia feddei in Hokkaido


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[1/2] in a court used for a smoking area in GSEES, HU, on November 2 2019. [3/4] at a roadside, N11/W1, North Ward, Sapporo, on September 10 2013. [5/6] on an artificial erosion-control (sabo) bank adjacent to the 4th Crater of Mount Usu on July 26 2017. [7/8] on a sandbar near Kariki Bridge along Toyohira River, Sapporo, on June 21 2021. Records: along a paved road in N15/W5, North Ward, Sapporo, on August 7 2021.

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