Wild plants in and around Shimane 島根とその周辺の野生植物




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Apiaceae /


Species in the genus Angelica:

Angelica dahurica / Yoroigusa
Angelica japonica / Hamaudo
Angelica polymorpha / Shiranesenkyuu
Angelica pubescens / Shishiudo


Angelica japonica / Hamaudo ハマウド

Angelica japonica is a robust-growing perennial inhabiting seashore sandy soils; stems are stout, tinging dark purple, and branches are on the upper parts. Leaves are also robust, bi- to tri-pinnate compounds, pedicles swollen at the bases to grow sheath-like kinds of stuff. Leaflets are in the shape of an egg-shaped oblong, thick, tough, glossy, and margins serrated. Branch tops emerge compound umbels in which many small white flowers bloom densely. Involucral bracts at the bases of petioles are slender. Bloom time: April-June.




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