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(First upload on October 3 2009. Last on May 8 2015) [ 日本語 | English ]

Salix hultenii Floderus var. angustifolia Kimura






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

Salix L. (ヤナギ)
Salix hultenii Floderus
Marubanobakkoyanagi (マルバノバッコヤナギ), goat willow
Distribution in Hokkaido: southeastern Hokkaido
Synonyms:

S. caprea L.
S. caprea L. ssp. hultenii (Froderus) Kom.
S. bakko Kimura
S. hultenii Floderus

var. angustifolia Kimura
Ezonobakkoyanagi (エゾノバッコヤナギ, 蝦夷跋扈柳), Ezonoyamanekoyanag (エゾノヤマネコヤナギ, 蝦夷山猫柳), Kouraibakkoyanagi (コウライバッコヤナギ, 高麗跋扈柳)
Lifeform: deciduous tree
Distribution: northeastern China - eastern Siberia - Korea - Hokkaido - Sakhalin - Kuriles - Kamchatka
Habitat: sunny sites on lowland - mountain, often established on skislopes in Hokkaido (Tsuyuzaki 2002)
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Salix hultenii var. angustifolia in Hokkaido


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[1/5] on Mount Usu. [1] sproutings. [2] a top of shoot. [3] leaves and branches. At the bottom of the 2000 crater (K-1) on Mount Usu, September 9 2009. [4] backside of a leaf (of a probable hybrid) at a trail to go the K-1 crater on June 27 2012. [5] near a graben created by the 2000 eruptions on Mount Usu on May 9 2014 ⇒ Flora on Mount Usu. [6] near Tomamae FuW Spa, central Hokkaido, on April 28 2015.

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