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H. exaltata (Stout, 1934)

[Stout, A.B., Addisonia, vol.18, 1934, p.103]
Synonyms: H. dumortierii var. exaltata (Kitamura, 1966)
H. middendorffii var. exaltata (Hotta, 1986)

H. exaltata (nearly from the front)
Photo: Juerg Plodeck (Basel, July 2002), © Copyright Juerg Plodeck 2002
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Inflorescence: Time: diurnal, June to July
Flower: 12cm in diameter, bright orange
Fragrance: none
Sepals:  
Petals: spatulate
Tube:  
Pedicel:  
Fruit: 3.7cm long, 2cm wide, elliptical, blunt with several bumps
Seeds: oval, slightly angular
Scape: 120cm long, strong thick, branched at the very top
Bracts: 3cm long, broad oval
Leaves:   90cm long, robust folded
Roots:   some short and enlarged, some long and spindle-shaped
Remarks: Spreading: rhizomes tend to spread
Growth:  
Sterility:  
Habitat: Tobi Shima island (close to Honshu, Japan)
Common Names: Engl.:  
German:  
Japan.: Tobishima Kwanzo
others:  

H. exaltata (from the front)
Photo: Juerg Plodeck (Basel, July 2002), © Copyright Juerg Plodeck 2002
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H. exaltata (from the side)
Photo: Juerg Plodeck (Basel, July 2002), © Copyright Juerg Plodeck 2002
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