Viola blandaeformis : {Japanese Name : Usuba Sumire}
Viola blandaeformis
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Viola blandaeformis
Nagano / June 20, 2010 alt.=2,020m
Section Plagiostigma Gordon
Scientific Name Type species Viola blandaeformis Nakai : {Usuba Sumire}
Variety
Form
Synonym
Origin blandaeformis: Shape is similar with Vola blanda.
Foreign language name
Stalk Form The individual leaves and flowering stalks emerge directly from the rootstock.
Habitat In Chubu District, it grows wild under the needle-leaf forest in the sub-high mountain. It sees at the humid place in which the moss grows.
Distribution Japan domestic Restrictively distributed from Hokkaido to Chube District.
Japan overseas Japanese endemic species.
Others (there is also information that are native to Korea)
Flower Shape Middle size.
Color Pale white flower.
Spur
Season
Stigma
Aromatic
Others
Leaf Shape 25 - 40mm long x 25 - 40mm wide
Color Bright green.
Others Hairless and thinly soft.
Seed Shape
Color
Others
Characteristics of roots
Endangered Information
Type Specimen Mt. Hakkoda, Iwaki, Iwate, Yatugatake and Nyoho.
Chromosome Number 2n=24
Reference Information
Others

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Nagano / May 29, 2004

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The light green leaf of the rolled touch.

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Blooming in the hill of moss, and moss shines to sunshiny inserted.
Nagano / June 8, 2003

Viola blandaeformis

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