Viola rostrata f. alpina : {Japanese Name : Miyama Nagahasi Sumire}
Viola rostrata f. alpina
Tokyo / April 3, 2006
Viola rostrata f. alpina Viola rostrata f. alpina
Tokyo / April 3, 2006
Viola rostrata f. alpina Viola rostrata f. alpina
Viola rostrata f. alpina
Tokyo / March 27, 2008
Section Trigonocarpae Gordon
Scientific Name Viola rostrata Pursh Miyama Nagahasi Sumire
rostrata : like beak of a bird
Stalk Form A flower scape is extended from a stalk, and a flower blooms from each scape.
Habitat A snowiness zone. Bright place of altitude about 1500m (sub-high mountain region). A lot in serpentine rock (mafic rock) ground.
Distribution It is diminutive, and the color of the flower is dark.
Please refer to mother class.
Flower Shape
Color
Leaf Shape
Color
Type Specimen Nagano 1962.7.26 by E. Hama (Storing in Kyoto Univ.)
Chromosome Number 2n=20
Others Although a leaf does not become large, a stalk elongates after a flower.

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