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Fungi, Plants and Flowers found in Tokyo (July - March)
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Hairy Galinsoga, Hakidamegiku or Galinsoga ciliata. photo: 07/2002, Suginami. Mimosa, Nemunoki or Albizia julibrissin. photo: 07/2002, Suginami.
Unidentified. photo: 07/2002, Suginami.

Red Spider Lilly, higanbana, or Lycoris radiata. photo: 09/1998, Suginami. Green Foxtail, Enokorogusa, Nekojarashi or Setaria viridis. photo: 09/2002, Suginami.
Asiatic Dayflower, Commelina communis or Tsuyukusa. photo: 10/2002, Suginami.

Sasanqua, sazanka or Camellia sasanqua. photo: 01/2002, Suginami.

Henbit [2][3], Hotokenoza or Lamium amplexicaule. photo: 03/2003, Suginami. Unidentified. photo: 03/2003, Suginami. Smallflowered Bittercress, Ko Tanetsukebana or Cardamine parviflora. photo: 03/2003, Suginami.

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Exhibition rooms in this sector :

Japan & Fareast Asia : Hokkaido | Tohoku | Kanto | Tokyo(Apr) | Tokyo(May) | Tokyo(Jun.) | Tokyo(Jul.-Mar.) | Chubu(1) | Chubu(2) | Chubu(3) | Chubu(4) | Kinki | Okinawa
Southeast Asia : Peninsula Malaysia(1) | Pla. Malaysia(2) | Borneo | NT Australia
Oceania & Pacific : Tahiti | WA Australia(1) | WA Australia(2) || WA Australia(3)
South Asia : Bhutan(1) | Bhutan(2)
Europe : Europe | Pyrénées
South America : Suriname(1) | Suriname(2)

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