Viola tashiroi f. takushii : {Japanese Name : Iriomote Sumire}
Viola tashiroi f. takushii
Viola tashiroi f. takushii Viola tashiroi f. takushii
Kanagawa / March 23, 2008 Cultivation
Viola tashiroi f. takushii
Viola tashiroi f. takushii Viola tashiroi f. takushii
Viola tashiroi f. takushii Viola tashiroi f. takushii
Kanagawa / March 19, 2010 Cultivation
Section Patellares (Boissier) Nakai
Scientific Name Type species Viola tashiroi Makino : {Yaeyama Sumire}
Variety Viola tashiroi var. tairae Nakajima : {sigaki Sumire}
Form
Viola tashiroi f. alboreticulata Nakajima : {Fuiri Yaeyama Sumire}
Viola tashiroi f. takushii Nakajima : {Iriomote Sumire}
Synonym
Origin tashiroi : originating in a name of person (A. Tashiro 1857-1928).
Foreign language name
Stalk Form The individual leaves and flowering stalks emerge directly from the rootstock.
Habitat Following mother class except for the shape of leaf.
Distribution Japan domestic
Japan overseas
Others
Flower Shape
Color
Spur
Season
Stigma
Aromatic
Others
Leaf Shape The basal part of the leaf is straight, and the whole is triangular.
Color Following mother class.
Others
Seed Shape
Color
Others
Characteristics of roots
Endangered Information
Type Specimen Iriomote island in Okinawa, 1968.4.22 by Nakajima
Chromosome Number 2n=22
(Yoshioka, H. & R. TANAKA, 1981, Chromosomes of Viola. Shin Kaki)
Reference Information
Others There is an opinion to assume that it is not a big difference.

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