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Rivina humilis

Rivina humilis

Rivina humilis

Rivina aurantiaca

Rivina portula

Rivina humilis

Rivina humilis

Rivina humilis

Rivina humilis

Rivina humilis

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ƒ„ƒ}ƒSƒ{ƒE‰ÈƒWƒ…ƒYƒTƒ“ƒS‘®‚̏í—Α½”N‘‚ŁAŠw–¼‚Í Rivina humilis (syn. Rivina aurantiaca)B‰p–¼‚Í BloodberryARouge plantB 
The bloodberry (Rivina humilis) belongs to Phytolaccaceae (the Pokeweed family). It is an evergreen perennial herb that is distributed from the southern United Stated to tropical America. This herb can reach about 1.2 m in height, and the base of stems lignify. Leaves are thin, grossy, ovate to oblong and alternate. White to pale ponceau flowers come in racemes and fruits are ripen bright red. 
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[’†‚VE’†‚W] ƒAƒƒŠƒJEƒeƒLƒTƒXBƒ_ƒ‰ƒXŽs‚ɂāA2006”N10ŒŽ28“úŽB‰eB(photo by Jouette Travis)
[‰º] ƒAƒƒŠƒJEƒeƒLƒTƒXBuƒrƒbƒOƒxƒ“ƒh‘—§Œö‰€v‚ɂāA2013”N10ŒŽ31“úŽB‰eB(photo by Jon Suehiro) 

Shu Suehiro
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