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Geranium yesoense var. lobato-dentatum

Geranium yesoense var. lobato-dentatum

Geranium yesoense var. lobato-dentatum

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"Ibuki-fuuro" (Geranium yesoense var. lobato-dentatum) belongs to Geraniaceae (the Geranium family). It is a perennial herb that is endemic to Japan and is distributed in Gunma, Nagano, and Gifu prefectures and on Mt. Ibuki in Honshu. It grows in subalpine meadows and is 30-80 cm tall. It is a variant of the "Ezo-fuuro", but has fewer hairs overall and open hairs on the sepals. The pale reddish-purple flowers bloom from July to August on extended flower stalks. The petals are characterized by the three lobes at the tips. 
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Shu Suehiro
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