Viola x obtuso-grypoceras : {Japanese Name : Maruba Tatitubo Sumire}
Viola x obtuso-grypoceras
Viola x obtuso-grypoceras Viola x obtuso-grypoceras
( Left ) Viola grypoceras
( Center ) Viola obtusa
( Right ) Viola x obtuso-grypoceras

Every individuals looks the same.
Being distinguished by features of the leaves is very difficult.
Chiba / April 16, 2008

Viola obtusa Viola x obtuso-grypoceras
Viola obtusa Viola x obtuso-grypoceras
Mating parents
Viola grypoceras ( 2n=20 ) Viola obtusa ( 2n=20 )
Viola obtusa(front)& Viola grypoceras(back)
  • Viola grypoceras A. Gray
  • Viola obtusa (Makino) Makino
学名
Viola x obtuso-grypoceras Makino
( Viola grypoceras x obtusa )
Habitat V. obtusa grows in bright environment, V. x obtuso-grypoceras will be found in open areas or slopes in mountain.
Distribution Japan domestic
Japan overseas
Others
Flower Shape Middle or large size.
Color In general, a neutral color that comes with their parents.
Spur
Season
Stigma
Aromatic
Others
Leaf Shape Often it inherits the characteristics of V. obtusa.
Color Both sides are light green.
Others
Seed Shape
Color
Others
Characteristics of roots
Endangered Information
Type Specimen
Chromosome Number
Reference Information
Others Because so many parents are growing wild, they are seen frequently.

Viola x obtuso-grypoceras Viola x obtuso-grypoceras Viola x obtuso-grypoceras
Chiba / April 10, 2010

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