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Ardisia crispa

Ardisia crispa

Ardisia crispa

Ardisia crispa

Ardisia crispa

Ardisia crispa

Ardisia crispa

Ardisia crispa

Ardisia crispa

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The Spear flower (Ardisia crispa) belongs to Myrsinaceae (the Myrsine family). It is an evergreen shrub that is distributed from Fukushima-Niigata prefecture of Honshu west to Shikoku and Kyushu in Japan, as well as Taiwan and China. This shrub grows on the forest floor of evergreen forests and its height is 20-100 cm. The stem stands upright and does not branch very much. Leaves are narrow ovate, with unclear and undulating serrated edges. The white flowers blooms downward in July. The fruits are spherical drupes and ripe red in November. It is also called "Hyakuryo" in Japan. In Taiwanese Chinese, it is called "•S™_‹à", while in Chinese it is called "•S™_‹à" (bai liang jin).
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Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp