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Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy 2011;41(4): 370-382.
doi: https://doi.org/10.11110/kjpt.2011.41.4.370
무제치늪 식물상의 다양성
박성준 , 안보람 , 장순영 , 박선주
Diversity of Moojechineup`s flora
Seong Jun Park, Bo Ram An, Soon Young Jang, Seon Joo Park
Received: November 21, 2011  Revised: December 2, 2011   Accepted: December 9, 2011
We investigated the area around four moors from May 2009 to June 2010 for plant diversity in Moojechineup, officially designated as the Ramsar wetland. The vascular plants of Moojechineup at Mt. Jeongjok were recorded as total 149 taxa, 55 families, 105 genera, 128 species, 1 subspecies, 16 varieties, and 4 forms. Rare plants were observed 7 taxa (Eriophorum gracile Koch, Drosera rotundifolia L., Iris ensata var. spontanea (Makino) Nakai, Kobresia bellardii (All.) Degl, Utricularia bifida L., Utricularia racemosa Wall., Utricularia yakusimensis Masam.). Korean endemic plants were 1 taxon, floristics special plants were 19 taxa, and naturalized plants were 3 taxa. Phytogeographical and evolutionarily, Eriophorum gracile is an important species; hence, further studies are needed to conserve it. Moojechineup is similar to the Shinbulsan wetland in terms of wetland plants (hydrophytes). Moojechineup`s flora changes are in process slowly compared to earlier work; thus, continuing interest and appropriate measures should be encouraged.
KeyWords: Eriophorum gracile, Moojechineup, Rare plants, Vascular plants, Wetlands
주요어: 관속식물, 무제치늪, 산지습지, 작은황새풀, 희귀식물
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