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Zanthoxylum schinifolium

Zanthoxylum schinifolium

Zanthoxylum schinifolium

Zanthoxylum schinifolium

Zanthoxylum schinifolium

Zanthoxylum schinifolium

Zanthoxylum schinifolium

Zanthoxylum schinifolium

Zanthoxylum schinifolium

Zanthoxylum schinifolium

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"Inu-sansho" (Zanthoxylum schinifolium) belongs to the Rutaceae (the Citrus family). It is a small deciduous tre that is native to Honshu, Shikoku and Kyushu of Japan, the Korean Peninsula and China. This tree grows on the logging areas of mountains, and can reach 2-3 m in height. It resembles to Japanese pepper tree, though not having delicious fragrance. It is also defined by alternate spines and large number of leaflets. It is dioecious. The pale green, five-petaled flowers bloom in July and August. The peels are called "Gaishou", and used as a herbal medicine for antiussive. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp