Viola dacica : {Japanese Name : -none-}
Viola dacica
Tokyo / April 4, 2006 Cultivation
Section Melanium Ging.
Scientific Name Type species Viola dacica Borbás Published in: Magyar Nov. Lapok 13: 79 (1890)
Viola banatica Simonk. Published in: Erdely edenyes Fl. 112. (1887)
Viola declinata ssp. hulgarica Form.
Viola declinata var. prolixa Adamovic Published in: Allg. Bot. Z. Syst., 1899: 114 (1899)
Viola polyodonta W.Becker
Viola prolixa (Adamovic) Pancic ex W.Becker Beih. Bot. Centralbl., 18(2): 383 (1905)
Origin dacica : Historic region in Eastern Europe.
Common names
Stalk Form A flower scape is extended from a stalk, and a flower blooms from each scape.
Habitat It is grown in the bright good fertile soil of drainage, such as stone grounds showing a slight drying.
Distribution Japan domestic
Japan overseas Europe : Poland to N. Balkan Peninsula (Czechoslovakia, Poland, Ukraine, former Yugoslavia, Bulgaria, Romania).
Flower Shape Small or Middle size. It is perpendicularly long.
Color A purplish red flower. The central part is yellow. White hair grows in the base of a side valve densely. The flower a labiate petal and whose side valve are creams.
Spur Inconspicuous.
Leaf Shape Long oval shape. A saw blade is coarse, and a coarse stipule is outstanding.
Color Both surfaces are deep green.
Seed Shape
Characteristics of roots
Endangered Information Endangered (VU)
Type Specimen Montenegro.
Chromosome Number 2n=20
Reference Information
Others It resembles Viola tricolor.
Viola dacica
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Viola dacica
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