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Viola mandshurica

Synonyms: Viola albida subsp. marginata; Viola alsioviana f. intermedia; Viola chinensis var. media; Viola chinensis var. transitica; Viola hsinganensis; Viola mandshurica f. albiflora; Viola mandshurica f. albiikedaeana; Viola mandshurica f. ciliata; Viola mandshurica f. glabra; Viola mandshurica f. macrantha; Viola mandshurica var. ciliata; Viola mandshurica var. glabra; Viola mandshurica var. glabripetala; Viola mandshurica var. media; Viola oblongosagittata f. ishizakii; Viola oldhamiana; Viola patrinii f. glabra; Viola patrinii var. gmeliniana; Viola patrinii var. macrantha; Viola philippica f. intermedia; Viola rhodosepala; Viola yedoensis f. intermedia

Wikipedia Abstract

Viola mandshurica is a perennial species of violet known by the common names dōng běi jǐn cài (zh:东北堇菜, meaning "northeastern violet," in China), jebikkot (ko:제비꽃, in Korea), and sumire (ja:菫, ja:スミレ in Japan, where V. mandshurica is considered the type species and other violet species have additional descriptors such as himesumire or nojisumire). Its specific name is derived from Manchuria, an area of its native habitat which has at different times in history included parts of modern China, Korea, Mongolia and the Russian Far East.
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Argynnis anadyomene[1]
Argyreus hyperbius[1]
Argyronome ruslana[1]
Boloria selene (Silver-bordered fritillary)[1]
Fabriciana nerippe[1]



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1Jorrit H. Poelen, James D. Simons and Chris J. Mungall. (2014). Global Biotic Interactions: An open infrastructure to share and analyze species-interaction datasets. Ecological Informatics.
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