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(First upload on April 11 2004. Last on September 9 2021) [ 日本語 | English ]

Eupatorium chinense, auct. non L.






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

Eupatorium L. (ヒヨドリバナ)
E. chinense, auct. non L. (ヒヨドリバナ)
= E. makinoi T. Kawahara et Yahara
Lifeform: perennial forb
var. angustatum (Makino) Hara (サケバヒヨドリ)
var. dissectum (Makino) Hara (キクバヒヨドリ)
var. sachalinense (Fr. Schmidt) Kitam. (ヨツバヒヨドリ, 四葉鵯), boneset
Distribution: in temperate Asia (Japan), and probably in Russia
Habitat: mesic grasslands, forest edges, and others
Flower: pink - white
Synonyms:

- ssp. sachalinense (Fr. Schmidt) Kitam. ex Murata
- ssp. sachalinense (Fr. Schmidt) Kitam. ex Murata var. hakonense (Nakai) Kitam. ex Murata
E. glehnii Fr. Schmidt ex Trautv., often used
E. glehnii Fr. Schmidt ex Trautv. var. hakonense (Nakai) H. Hara

var. hakonense (Nakai) Kitam (ホソバヨツバヒヨドリ)
f. tripartitum (Makino) Hara (ミツバヒヨドリバナ), Honshu - Korea - China
f. eglandulosum (Honda) Hara (ホシナシヒヨドリバナ)
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Eupatorium chinense in Hokkaido


syn. E. makinoi

ST1 ST2 ST3
[1-3] along Katsura Course in Nopporo Forest Park on July 17 2021.

var. sachalinense

ST1 ST2 ST3 ST4
ST5 ST6
ST7 ST8 ST9
[1] on the northwest slope of Mount O-Usu (flora) in 1983. There are two varieties of Eupatorium chinense on Mount Usu. [2/3] in the crater basin of Mount Usu. [2] on July 13 2015. [3] on July 27 2016. [Record] in the crater basin on July 25 2018. [4] at Teine Senjaku skislope on October 5 2009. [5/6] between Tomamu skislope and Mount Tomamu on July 20 2012. [7-9] in Sapporo Art Forest, South Ward, Sapporo on August 16 2017. Records: near the Kamuiwakka Falls along the formerly Shiretoko Forest Road in eastern Hokkaido on August 29 2020.

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