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Crepis hokkaidoensis

Crepis hokkaidoensis

Crepis hokkaidoensis

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"Futamata-tampopo" (Crepis hokkaidoensis) belongs to the Asteraceae (the Aster family). It is a perennial herb that is native to Hokkaido of Japan and North East Asia. This herb grows on alpine screes, and can reach 5-25 cm in height. The basal leaves are pinnatisect irregularly, and the cauline leaves are smaller and alternate. The yellow, 3-4 cm across, 1-4 flower-heads bloom on the upper stems from July to August. The stems, leaves and bracts are covered with blackish brown long hairs and white wooly hairs.
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(photo by Aya Nishizawa)

Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp