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Illicium anisatum

Illicium anisatum

Illicium anisatum L. Engl.: Japanese anise tree, Japanese star anise, shikimi Fruit. Deu.: Japanischer Sternanis. Suom.: japanilainen tähtianis. Sven.: giftig stjärnanis, japansk stjärnanis, sikkimstjärnanis. Fran.: anis du Japon. Jap.: shikimi no ki, hana no ki, hana shik mi, koshiba, moso, sikimi no ki, skimi no ki. Bot. syn.: Illicium japonicum Sieb., Illicium lanceolatum AC Smith, Illicium religiosum Sieb. & Zucc.

Illicium anisatum Bartr., Schisandraceae: See Illicium parviflorum Michx. ex Vent.

Illicium anisatum Lour., Schisandraceae: See Illicium verum Hook. f.

Illicium anisatum.

Botanical name:

Classic texts: Sturtevant 1919.

2.26 Anise

Culinary herbfaq: single herbs.

149. Illicium.—Star anise.

[image:12352 node=7336]Classic texts: Sayre 1917.

Elementary botany.

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Photo: Illicium anisatum.

Taxonomy extra:
Branch with one flower, going to seed. Japanese star anise is toxic. Kasuga Taisha Shrine Garden, Nara, Japan. Planted. 2001-05-05.

Photo: Illicium anisatum 2.

Taxonomy extra:
Bush. Kasuga Taisha Shrine Garden, Nara, Japan. Planted. 2001-05-05.

Photo: Illicium anisatum 1.

Taxonomy extra:
Closeup of flower. Kasuga Taisha Shrine Garden, Nara, Japan. Planted. 2001-05-05.


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