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Title: 西九州におけるダンギク(クマツヅラ科)の分布と生態
Other Titles: The distribution and ecology of Caryopteris incana Maxim. (Verbenaceae) in western Kyushu, Japan
Authors: 伊藤, 秀三 / 川里, 弘孝
Authors (alternative): Itow, Syuzo / Kawasato, Hirotaka
Issue Date: 1988
Publisher: 広島植物学研究会
Citation: ヒコビア 1988,10(2), p.135-143
Abstract: Caryopteris incana Maxim. (Verbenaceae) is a perennial herb of Korean-Manchurian origin. In the Japanese Archipelago, it is distributed only on main and satellite islands of western Kyushu. The shoots die back in winter to a lignified shoot system at plant base, that extends to ca. 10 cm above the ground surface. The life-form is thero-suffrutescent Chamaephyte (t Ch suff). The plant association, syntaxonomically described as Caryopterido incanaeSelaginelletum tamariscinae Nakamura, is characterized by C. incana, Selaginella tamaricina, Kengia hackelii, Chrysanthemum indicum and Heteropappus hispidus var. hispidus. The communities were found on exposed rocks of tuff breccia, volcanic breccia and basalt. C. incana found on andesite and sedimentary rocks like shale and sandstone was not accompanied by the abovementioned characteristic species and the communities were set aside from the association Caryopterido-Selaginelletum.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/9465
ISSN: 00467413
Type: Journal Article
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