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Podophyllum pleianthum

Podophyllum pleianthum

Podophyllum pleianthum

Podophyllum pleianthum

Podophyllum pleianthum

Podophyllum pleianthum

Podophyllum pleianthum

Podophyllum pleianthum

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Chinese May apple (Podophyllum pleianthum) belongs to the Berberidaceae (the Berberry family). It is a perennial herb that is native to central and south-east China, and Taiwan. The leaves are divided into 7-9 lobes palmately. The 5-8 magenta flowers come in the axiles in spring. The herb contains alkaloids (podophyllum), and be toxic. It has been used for Chinese herbal medicine.
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Shu Suehiro
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