‚Ö‚ç‚΂Ђ߂¶‚储‚ñ (•Í—t•P—‰‘)

Stenactis strigosus

Stenactis strigosus

Stenactis strigosus

Stenactis strigosus

Stenactis strigosus

Stenactis strigosus

Stenactis strigosus

Stenactis strigosus

–kƒAƒƒŠƒJŒ´ŽY‚́u‚Ђ߂¶‚储‚ñi•P—‰‘jv‚̋߉Ží‚ŁA‚킪‘‚ւ͑吳Žž‘ã‚É“n—ˆ‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·B”ì—€‚È“y’n‚æ‚è‚à‚₹‚ÄŠ£‚¢‚½“y’n‚ðD‚݁AŽR’n‚©‚爟‚ŽR‘т܂ŐN“ü‚µ‚Ä‚¢‚Ü‚·BŒs‚Í’¼—§‚µ‚āA‚Ö‚çŒ`‚Ì—t‚͌ݐ¶‚µA‚Ù‚Æ‚ñ‚Ç‹˜Ž•‚ª‚È‚­‘S‰‚Å‚·B‚VŒŽ‚©‚ç‚P‚OŒŽ‚²‚ëAã•”‚Å•ªŽ}‚µ‚āA”’F‚Ü‚½‚Í’WŽ‡F‚̏¬‚³‚È“ªó‰Ô‚ðç‚©‚¹‚Ü‚·B 
ƒLƒN‰ÈƒqƒƒWƒ‡ƒIƒ“‘®‚̈ê”N‘‚ŁAŠw–¼‚Í Stenactis strigosusB‰p–¼‚Í Prairie fleabaneB 
The prairie fleabane (Stenactis strigosus) belongs to Asteraceae (the Aster family). It is an annual herb that is native to North America, and was introduced into Japan in Taisho Era (about 90 years ago). This herb prefers to arid infertile soils and invades mountains to subalpine zone. The stem is erect and the leaves are spatulate and entire. The small white to pale purple flowerheads come on the branched stems from July to October. 
[ãE’†‚QE’†‚T] ’·–쌧’}–k‘ºâˆäŒjÎ•XŽº‚ɂāA2006”N08ŒŽ01“úŽB‰eB
[’†‚PE’†‚U] ’·–쌧ˆÉ“ߎs‚‰“’¬ŸŠÔ‚ɂāA2006”N09ŒŽ22“úŽB‰eB
[’†‚R] ƒXƒCƒXEƒxƒ‹ƒ“BEƒCƒ“ƒ^[ƒ‰[ƒPƒ“uƒn[ƒ_[ƒNƒ‹ƒ€v‚ɂāA2007”N06ŒŽ27“úŽB‰eB(photo by Jon Suehiro)
[’†‚SE‰º] ˆïéŒ§_²Žs–öì‚ɂāA2007”N07ŒŽ12“úŽB‰eB 

Shu Suehiro
shu@botanic.jp