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(First upload on December 3 2009. Last on January 4 2022) [ 日本語 | English ]

Euonymus sieboldianus Blume






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

Euonymus L. (ニシキギ)
Mayumi (マユミ, 真弓), Hamilton's spindletree
Lifeform: deciduous shrub, with 3-5 m in height
Arillus: red
Distribution: China - south Korea - Japan - Sakhalin
Habitat: lowlands - mountains
Remarks: hardwood, Japanese bow is made of Hamilton's spindletree
Synonyms:

E. hamiltonianus Wall. ssp. sieboldianus H. Hara
E. sieboldianus Blume var. megaphyllus H. Hara
E. sieboldianus Blume var. yedoensis (Koehne) H. Hara

var. sanguineus Nakai (カントウマユミ)

f. dorsicostatus (Koidz.) H. Hara (チョウチンマユミ)
f. stenophyllus (Koidz.) H. Hara (ホソバマユミ)

索引

Euonymus sieboldianus in Japan


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[1-3] in the backyard of GSEES, Hokkaido University. [1/2] on May 24 2018. [3] on August 6 2021. [4] at Rakuju-en Garden, Mishima, on November 18 2009. [5/6] at a hedge around the accomodation of Teshio Experimental Forest, northern Hokkaido, on August 30 2021.

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