|Publication Type:||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication:||2010|
|Authors:||J. - M. LECRON|
Petasites japonicus is naturalizing in the south of the province of Hainaut (Belgium). Petasites japonicus subsp. giganteus was discovered in a small waste ground (probably an old garden) along a former railway line at Sivry-Rance (Walloon province of Hainaut, Belgium). Only male plants were found. An identification key to the four species of the genus Petasites occurring in Belgium, phenological observations, a description of the habitat of this neophyte, and an overview of records in Belgium are provided. The mode of introduction and its status in Wallonia are discussed.
You are here
Petasites japonicus en voie de naturalisation dans le sud de la province de Hainaut (Belgique)