Phyllostachys edulis Heterocycla

Phyllostachys edulis Heterocycla

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Caption: Kikko-chiku or Tortoise-shell bamboo (Phyllostachys edulis 'Heterocycla'). This malformation of the culm (cane) is caused by alternate swelling of the nodes and is highly prized as an ornamental bamboo in Japan.

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