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(First upload on October 14 2009. Last on January 16 2020) [ 日本語 | English ]

Lespedeza bicolor Turcz.






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

Lespedeza Michx. (ハギ)
Ezoyamahagi (エゾヤマハギ, 蝦夷山萩), shrubby lespedeza
Lifeform: deciduous shrub
Distribution: China - Korea - Ussuri - Japan
Habitat: grasslands - shrubs with dry soils

Flora on Mount Usu

Leaf: rounded top, three leaflets

L. thunbergi = sharpened top

Use: erosion control (砂防)
This species was formerly separated into two varieties. Now, these two varieteis are merged into one species, because of the continuous variations.

var. japonica Nakai (ヤマハギ)
var. bicolor (エゾヤマハギ)

var. higoensis (T. Simizu) Murata (クロバナキハギ)
var. nana Nakai (チャボヤマハギ)
f. albiflora Matsum. (シロバナヤマハギ)
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Lespedeza bicolor in Hokkaido


Mount Usu

ST1 ST2 ST3
[1] at the foot of Nishiyama Craters on September 9 2009. [2/3] between Tama-chan Cragter in the Kompira Craters and the Ruin Park damated by the 2000 on July 26 2013.

Hokkaido

ST1 ST2 ST3
ST4 ST5 ST6
[1-3] along a seacoast on the bottom of cliff near the Muroran Marine Experimental Station of Hokkaido University on September 9 2019. [4/5] on the slope to go the former Muroran Marine Station at Charatsunai Coast (チャラツナイ浜) on September 7 2009. [6] at Tarumae Service Aera along Hokkaido Expressway on September 8 2014.

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