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冠岳樹木園 所藏標本을 中心으로 한 國內 木本 植物의 分布地와 識別에 대해서(I) - 정선댕강나무와 털댕강나무의 실체 -
The distribution of the woody plants of South Korea based on herbarium material of Kwanak Arboretum (I) - Abelia dielsii (Graebn.) Rehder of South Korea -

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Authors
張珍成; 全正壹
Issue Date
1995
Publisher
The Arboretum, Seoul National University
Citation
Bulletin of the Seoul National University Arboretum, no.15, pp.12-16
Abstract
Herbarium material of Kwanak Arboretum has been augmented by Dr. Tchang-Bok Lee and gis colleageues for th past forty years. Relatively few of the herbarium specimens have been , however, studied and cited thus far. Therefore, preserved and newly collected specimens of Kwanak Arboretum herbarium (SNUK) will have used to designate the location of each woody species in south Korea as a part of our long-term projects. We have been preparing
taxonomic keys and maps of woody plants of south Korea. As a first project, we examined
distribution and key diagnostics of genus Abelia (Caprifoliaceae) and considered their most
appropariate taxonomic judgements. Hara(1983) recently considered A. coreana and A.
insularis a variety and a form of Abelia biflora of southern China respectively. On the other
hand, Lee(198636) reported an existence of Abelia dielsii of central and northern China in south
Korea. The diagnostic character used to separate A. dielsii from A. biflora is a presence of
pedicells coming out of a peduncle for two flowers. Unlike Hara's judgements, A. coreana
show a strong coincidence in a presence of pedicells with A. dielsii. Although Lee
recognized a difference between A. dielsii and A. coreana in point of a size of bract, the
difference between A. dielsii and A. coreana is not great, and the number of intermediate is
significant. Since Abelia dielsii is not to be distinguished from A. coreana, it is better that
Abelia coreana is treated as a conspecific taxon of A. dielsii. Furthermore, Abelia insularis,
which has no pedicells, looks very much like A. biflora, and thus may be reduced to
infraspecific or conspecific status under A. biflora. Until examining specimens of A. biflora of
China, however, A. insularis is tentatively treated as an independent taxon. A key to four
Korean Abelia and a distribution map are provided here.
ISSN
1226-7600
Language
Korean
URI
https://hdl.handle.net/10371/67271
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