Píⁿ-peh

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Ji̍t-pún Tāi-pán ê hinoki chhiū
Pó-io̍k chōng-hóng[1]
 Kīn ui-hia̍p (LR/nt)
Seng-bu̍t-ha̍k hun-lūi
Kài: Plantae
Mn̂g: Pinophyta
Kong: Pinopsida
Bo̍k: Pinales
Kho: Cupressaceae
Sio̍k: Chamaecyparis
Chéng: C. obtusa
Ha̍k-miâ
Chamaecyparis obtusa
(Siebold & Zucc.) Endl.
Piàn-chéng

Chamaecyparis obtusa var. formosana

Píⁿ-peh[2] (ha̍k-miâ: Chamaecyparis obtusa), chit-má tiāⁿ tòe Ji̍t-gí kóng hinoki, sī 1 lūi hun-pò͘ tī Tâi-oân kap Ji̍t-pún ê chhiū-bo̍k, sio̍k Hinoki-kho chi̍t khoán.

Tâi-oân ê piàn-chéng ha̍k-miâ sī C. o. var. formosana. Pún si̍t-bu̍t tī Tâi-oân-ōe ê hō-miâ ū siông-lô, siông-gô͘, kāu-khak, kòe-chhiū téng-téng; koh ū chin chē khoán goân-chū-bîn ê hō-miâ[3].

Chham-khó[siu-kái | kái goân-sú-bé]

  1. Conifer Specialist Group (2000). Chamaecyparis obtusa. 2006 IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. IUCN 2006. Chham-khòaⁿ sî-kan sī 11 May 2006.
  2. Ogawa Naoyosi, pian. (1931). Tai-Nichi Dai Jiten 臺日大辭典 (ēng Ji̍t-pún-gí). 
  3. 佐々木舜一 (1935). 臺灣主要樹木方言集. 社團法人臺灣山林會.