What is Mallotus japonicus
Mallotus japonicus is a deciduous tree in the genus Mallotus, department of Euphorbiaceae native to Japan and China. During the rainy season of creamy white florets (actually calyx) many blooms. No petals, the flower looks like Tip 3-sepals 4 crack that is. Female out from axillary panicles, a simple pistil of red and yellow. Long inflorescences are 10-20 cm. Red leaf maple in spring shoots will stand out. From this on the green leaves on red scale (hair) and green will be dropped with the passage of time. Pointed tip leaves are egg-shaped, similar to the oak leaf. Stellate hairs on the leaves. Fruit to flower in a spherical capsule and ripens fruit fruit bites.
Common name: Mallotus japonicus ,
scientific name:Mallotus japonicus
The place of origin: From Tohoku to Kyushu of Japan and China. Environment: mountains,
living type: deciduous trees, height: 10-15 m, diameter: 40-50 cm, trunks color: gray-Brown portrait at lobed and long length: 5-20 cm, Leaf width: 5-15 cm, phyllotaxis: alternate, margin: wavy / all edges, leaf color: red → green → yellow, leaf: oval, leaves both sides: stellate hairs have, leaves at the Base: nectar glands of, petiole: long, red, dioecious, inflorescence shape: panicles, conical inflorescence length: 10-20 cm, flowering time: June-July: petals, flowers (calyx): pale yellow with 3-4 crack Stamens number: number, anther colour: yellow, fruit type: capsule and ripens fruit, fruit diameter:0.8cm, fruit shape: spherical, fruit color: black, fruiting period: 10 months, seeds: 3, breeding methods: shoots and seeds, use: building materials, utensils, crude remarks: pioneer plants