Haksamboufu (scientific name:Peucedanum multivittatum) is a Seri kawalaboufu genus haksamboufu species native to the grasslands of the high mountains of the Central District northward from Hokkaido Evergreen perennials. The erect stems of the mesocotyl. Leaves are 1-2 times in the DEWA-biplane leaf has wide egg, have rough serrated leaf edge. Summer flower stalk, give the white flowers in compound umbels.
Whereas the haksamboufu is similar to silaneningen, but haksamboufu leaf is cut shallow and rough-tooth, and splitting all pinnatifid leaves of silaneningen are three times, looks like carrot leaves. General name::Peucedanum multivittatum name haksamboufu (Hakusan windproof) scientific name: Plantae Angiosperm plants bonafide dicots Seri eye se Department of kawalaboufu genus haksamboufu kind aka:-Hokkaido: distribution-central region North of environment: alpine meadow life type: Evergreen perennial plant 30-100 cm stem: hollow, upright leaf: 1-2 times DEWA of Trifoliolate leaf wide egg leaf edges: rough tooth color: white flowering: 7-9-inflorescence type: compound umbellate inflorescences species