Aucuba japonica, commonly called spotted laurel, Japanese laurel, Japanese aucuba or gold dust plant (U.S.), is a shrub (1–5 m, 3.3–16.4 ft) native to rich forest soils of moist valleys, thickets, by streams and near shaded moist rocks in China, Korea, and Japan. This is the species of Aucuba commonly seen in gardens - often in variegated form. The leaves are opposite, broad lanceolate, 5–8 cm (2.0–3.1 in) long and 2–5 cm (0.79–1.97 in) wide. Aucuba japonica are dioecious, they have separate male and female plants. The flowers are small, 4–8 mm (0.16–0.31 in) diameter, with four purplish-brown petals; they are produced in clusters of 10-30 in a loose cyme. The fruit is a red berry approximately 1 cm (0.39 in) in diameter, which is avoided by birds.

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  • أوكوبة يابانية (الاسم العلمي:Aucuba japonica) هي نوع من النباتات يتبع جنس الأوكوبة من فصيلة شرابات الحرير . (ar)
  • Die Japanische Aukube (Aucuba japonica), oder Japanische Goldorange genannt, ist eine Pflanzenart, die zur Pflanzengattung Aukuben (Aucuba) in der Familie Garryaceae aus der Ordnung der Garryales gehört. Der deutsche Trivialname Goldorange bezieht sich auf die den Orangenbäumen ähnlichen Blätter und nicht auf die Früchte. (de)
  • L'aucuba du Japon est une espèce d'arbustes originaire de Chine, de Corée et du Japon. (fr)
  • El laurel moteado (Aucuba japonica), es una especie de planta fanerógama perteneciente a la familia Garryaceae. (es)
  • アオキ(青木、学名: Aucuba japonica)は、ガリア科またはアオキ科(Aucubaceae)アオキ属の常緑低木。 和名の由来は、常緑で枝も青いため。 (ja)
  • Louro-do-Japão ou Louro-manchado (Aucuba japonica), é um arbusto (1-5m) de floresta nativa na planície e montanhas de todo o Japão, China e Tailândia. Em solos de floresta rica de vales úmidos, florestas densas, arvoredos, por córregos e perto das rochas úmidas protegidas na China. As folhas são opostas, lanceoladas amplo, 5–8 cm de comprimento e 2–5 cm de largura. O Aucuba japonica é uma planta dióica, que separa a planta masculina da feminina. As flores são pequenas, 4–8 mm de diâmetro, com quatro pétalas arroxeadas-marrom, que são produzidos em grupos de 10-30 em uma inflorescência solta. O fruto é uma baga vermelha de mais ou menos 1 cm de diâmetro. Elas são muitas vezes evitado por pássaros. Eles são uma planta de jardim popular no Reino Unido e na Europa ocidental. Este arbusto é também popular nos Estados Unidos, onde é comumente referido como a planta de manchas douradas (Fell, 1990). Muito conhecida nos jardins urbanos de Portugal e outros países europeus devido à sua resistência à poeira e à poluição atmosférica, a Aucuba japonesa é um belo arbusto de grandes folhas perenes, coriáceas, de cor verde, mas há diversos cultivares de folhas variadas extensivamente apreciados: a “Crotonifolia” e a “Gold Dust” têm folhas salpicadas de amarelo e dão flores fêmeas, que produzem bagas vermelhas do final do Verão ao inicio da Primavera, se plantadas conjuntamente com um cultivar macho, como a “Crassifolia” . Preferem solos úmidos e frescos e locais com pouco sol. É resistente a climas marítimos. Dão sebes vistosas e crescem com rapidez assim que vingam. Podar os ramos na Primavera. (pt)
  • 青木(学名:Aucuba japonica)为丝缨花科桃叶珊瑚属的植物。分布在朝鲜、日本及中国浙江等地。 (zh)
  • Aucuba japonica, commonly called spotted laurel, Japanese laurel, Japanese aucuba or gold dust plant (U.S.), is a shrub (1–5 m, 3.3–16.4 ft) native to rich forest soils of moist valleys, thickets, by streams and near shaded moist rocks in China, Korea, and Japan. This is the species of Aucuba commonly seen in gardens - often in variegated form. The leaves are opposite, broad lanceolate, 5–8 cm (2.0–3.1 in) long and 2–5 cm (0.79–1.97 in) wide. Aucuba japonica are dioecious, they have separate male and female plants. The flowers are small, 4–8 mm (0.16–0.31 in) diameter, with four purplish-brown petals; they are produced in clusters of 10-30 in a loose cyme. The fruit is a red berry approximately 1 cm (0.39 in) in diameter, which is avoided by birds. (en)
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  • Aucuba vivicans (W.Bull)
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  • Spotted Laurel Male
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  • أوكوبة يابانية (الاسم العلمي:Aucuba japonica) هي نوع من النباتات يتبع جنس الأوكوبة من فصيلة شرابات الحرير . (ar)
  • Die Japanische Aukube (Aucuba japonica), oder Japanische Goldorange genannt, ist eine Pflanzenart, die zur Pflanzengattung Aukuben (Aucuba) in der Familie Garryaceae aus der Ordnung der Garryales gehört. Der deutsche Trivialname Goldorange bezieht sich auf die den Orangenbäumen ähnlichen Blätter und nicht auf die Früchte. (de)
  • L'aucuba du Japon est une espèce d'arbustes originaire de Chine, de Corée et du Japon. (fr)
  • El laurel moteado (Aucuba japonica), es una especie de planta fanerógama perteneciente a la familia Garryaceae. (es)
  • アオキ(青木、学名: Aucuba japonica)は、ガリア科またはアオキ科(Aucubaceae)アオキ属の常緑低木。 和名の由来は、常緑で枝も青いため。 (ja)
  • 青木(学名:Aucuba japonica)为丝缨花科桃叶珊瑚属的植物。分布在朝鲜、日本及中国浙江等地。 (zh)
  • Aucuba japonica, commonly called spotted laurel, Japanese laurel, Japanese aucuba or gold dust plant (U.S.), is a shrub (1–5 m, 3.3–16.4 ft) native to rich forest soils of moist valleys, thickets, by streams and near shaded moist rocks in China, Korea, and Japan. This is the species of Aucuba commonly seen in gardens - often in variegated form. The leaves are opposite, broad lanceolate, 5–8 cm (2.0–3.1 in) long and 2–5 cm (0.79–1.97 in) wide. Aucuba japonica are dioecious, they have separate male and female plants. The flowers are small, 4–8 mm (0.16–0.31 in) diameter, with four purplish-brown petals; they are produced in clusters of 10-30 in a loose cyme. The fruit is a red berry approximately 1 cm (0.39 in) in diameter, which is avoided by birds. (en)
  • Louro-do-Japão ou Louro-manchado (Aucuba japonica), é um arbusto (1-5m) de floresta nativa na planície e montanhas de todo o Japão, China e Tailândia. Em solos de floresta rica de vales úmidos, florestas densas, arvoredos, por córregos e perto das rochas úmidas protegidas na China. As folhas são opostas, lanceoladas amplo, 5–8 cm de comprimento e 2–5 cm de largura. (pt)
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  • أوكوبة يابانية (ar)
  • Japanische Aukube (de)
  • Aucuba japonica (es)
  • Aucuba japonica (fr)
  • アオキ (植物) (ja)
  • Aucuba japonica (pt)
  • Aucuba japonica (en)
  • 青木 (zh)
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