- Flower nameLaportea bulbifera
- Scientific nameLaportea bulbifera
- Place of originChina and Japan
- Place of floweringFields and footpaths
- Flowering seasonAugust, September
What is Laportea bulbifera
Laportea bulbifera, scientific name:Laportea bulbifera ,is a perennial weed of the genus Laportea, Department of Urticaceae native to China and Japan. In Japan from Hokkaido to Kyushu it will grow in the dark for Satoyama, forest, bushes, etc.. Inflorescences Monoecious and long floral print from the upper leaves aside and give the male flowers beside the leaves at the bottom. Stems are bites in green. In leaf green, pale green leaves behind. Leaves are egg-shaped coat hands with stinging surface. There are shallow serrated leaf, palmately lobed with the. It is a poisonous plants develop painful hives of stinging with nettles's irritable and small thorny leaves and stems contain acetylcholine and histamine, and touch. Food for the larvae of the butterfly with body toxins. Mcagoiraksa flower name is named among the stinging nettle leaf axil to mukago (bulbils).
Generic name: Laportea bulbifera,scientific name:Laportea bulbifera, Habitat: China and Japan's Hokkaido to Kyushu, Habitat: woodlands, forests, forest floor, height: 30-70 cm, Leaf shape: oval-oval of needle-shaped, leaf arrangement: alternate, Monoecious, flowering period: August-September, breeding: reproductive, mukago diameter:0.5cm, male flowers: panicles, male flowers: perianth piece axils on the lower branch of the location out of the 5, 5 stamens, male flower color: green-white, flower, inflorescences: panicles and flowers: perianth piece 4, style 1, Axil of the tip of the branch: female color: light green, flowers, fruit type: achene, fruit shape: oval set, note: poisonous plants.