occurs under very much similar environmental conditions to F.
ayakoana. But either of them inhabits segregating from either.
Please refer to the page of F. ayakoana from the link put
right above. Flowers (a set of tepals) are campanulate, not open
enough at the end, providing a small nectary at the base of each
tepal, which characterizes this species. Shimane RDB lists this
species as a CR+EN, the same as F. Ayakoana. Bloom time: