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(First upload on May 16 2010. Last on July 2 2021) [ 日本語 | English ]

Viburnum dilatatum Thunb. ex Murray






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

Viburnum L. (ガマズミ)
Gamazumi (ガマズミ, 莢迷), linden arrowwood
Aragegamazumi (アラゲガマズミ, 荒毛莢迷)
Lifeform: deciduous shrub (2-3 m high)
Distribution: China - Korea - Japan (south to the southern Tokachi District of Hokkaido)
Habitat: grasslands and sunny forests

flora on Mount Usu, Mount Usu

Seed dispersal: animal
f. heterophyllum (Nakai) Sugimoto (ヘンヨウガマズミ/ホソバガマズミ)
f. microphyllum (Nakai) Sugimoto (ハコネガマズミ)
f. nikoense (Hiyama) Hara (ニッコウガマズミ)
f. xanthocarpum Rehd. (キミノガマズミ)
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Viburnum dilatatum in Hokkaido


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[1-3] in the crater basin on Mount Usu. [1/2] on July 14 2009. [3] leaves, showing unusual morphology, on a sprout on July 25 2018. [4/5] in Takoppe Wetland, Niikappu Town, south-central Hokkaido, on June 13 2016. [6] near Muroran Marine Station, Hokkaido University, Muroran, on September 7 2009. [7] along a walking trail on the foot of the Kmnpira Craters of Mount Usu on September 8 2020. [8] near Yosomi Craters at the foot of Mount Usu on June 27 2021. Records: near Muroran Marine Station on September 9 2019.

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