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Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy 2021;51(4): 372-377.
doi: https://doi.org/10.11110/kjpt.2021.51.4.372
한국 미기록종 식물: 완도술꽃나무 (완도술꽃나무과)
오찬진1 , 신순호1 , 조지웅1 , 김현우1 , 한상섭2 , 김지원3 , 정재민3
1전라남도 산림자원연구소 산림바이오과
2전북대학교 산림과학부
3국립수목원 식물자원연구과
Stachyurus praecox (Stachyuraceae), first report in Korea
Chan-Jin OH1 , Soon-Ho SHIN1 , Ji-Woong CHO1 , Hyoun-Woo KIM1 , Sang-Sub HAN2 , Ji-Won KIM3 , Jae-Min CHUNG3
1Department of Forest Bio, Jeollannam-do Forest Resources Research Office, Naju 58213, Korea
2Division of Forest Science, Chonbuk National University, Jeonju 54896, Korea
3Division of Plant Resources, Korea National Arboretum, Yangpyeong 12519, Korea
Correspondence :  Jae-Min CHUNG ,Email: rhuso@korea.kr
Received: November 9, 2021  Revised: December 2, 2021   Accepted: December 21, 2021
We report a previously unrecorded woody species, Stachyurus praecox Siebold & Zucc. (Stachyuraceae), in Korea. This species is considered to be endemic to Japan. Stachyurus praecox was collected for the first time in an evergreen forest on an uninhabited island of Bongsun-ri, Saengil-myeon, Wando-gun, Jeollanam-do in Korea. The inflorescence of the species was racemose and pendulous on the axils of the previous year’s branches. Flowers bloomed from March to April. They were functionally dioecy but morphologically hermaphrodite. This woody species was named ‘Wan-do-sul-kkot-na-mu’ in Korean based on the shape of its inflorescence. Morphological characteristics and illustrations of this woody species have been provided with a distribution map and photographs of the natural habitat.
KeyWords: first report in Korea, Stachyurus praecox, Stachyuraceae
주요어: 한국 미기록, 완도술꽃나무, 완도술꽃나무과
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