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Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

Zanthoxylum ailanthoides

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"Karasu-zansho" (Zanthoxylum ailanthoides) belongs to the Rutaceae (the Citrus family). It is a tall diciduous tree that is distributed westward from Honshu to Shikoku and Kyushu of Japan, as well as the southern Korean Peninsula, China and Philippinne. This tree grows in lowland secondary forests and can reach 5-15 m in height. The leaves are imparipinnate and alternate with spines on the rachis. The corymbs are borne on the terminal branches and bloom inconspicuous flowers from July to August. The fruits are ripen in reddish and the seeds are glossy black. The plants have distinct odor.
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp