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Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

Anemone nikoensis

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"Ichirin-so" (Anemone nikoensis) belongs to the Ranunculaceae (the Buttercup family). It is a perennial herb that is native to southward from Miyagi prefecture of Honshu to Shikoku and Kyushu. This herb grows in montane woodlands and grasslands, and up to a height of 10-30 cm. The leaves are bipinnately compound, three whorled and the leaflets are divided into segments. The white flowers will bloom on the stalks from April to May. The sepals look like petals. 
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp