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Libanotis coreana

Libanotis coreana

Libanotis coreana

Libanotis coreana

Libanotis coreana

Libanotis coreana

Libanotis coreana

Libanotis coreana

Libanotis coreana

Libanotis coreana

Libanotis coreana

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The "Ibuki-bofuu" (Libanotis coreana) belongs to Apiaceae (the Carrot family). It is a perennial herb that is distributed northward from Kinki district of Honshu to Hokkaido, as well as the southern Korean Peninsula.This herb grows in sub-alpine, sunny grasslands, and can reach 40-90 cm in height. The leaves are odd-bipinnate to odd-tripinnate compound, and the leaflets are deep-lobed palmately. The compound umbels are borne at the tip of stems, and the white small flowers bloom from July to September. The rootstock is called "Wa-bofuu" and used as a cold medicine. 
[ãE’†‚P`‚R] Ž ‰êŒ§•ÄŒ´Žsã–ìuˆÉŽRv‚ɂāA
2006”N07ŒŽ27“úŽB‰eB
[’†‚S`’†‚V] ’·–쌧ŽRƒm“à’¬u“ŒŠÙŽR‚ŽRA•¨‰€v‚ɂāA
2010”N07ŒŽ25“úŽB‰eB
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2013”N07ŒŽ20“úŽB‰eB 

Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp