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Korean J. Pl. Taxon > Volume 42(3); 2012 > Article
Korean Journal of Plant Taxonomy 2012;42(3): 211-214.
doi: https://doi.org/10.11110/kjpt.2012.42.3.211
한반도 미기록 식물: 영주제비란(난과)
엄상미 , 이남숙
First report for Platanthera brevicalcarata (Orchidaceae) in Korea
Sang Mi Eum, Nam Sook Lee
Platanthera brevicalcarata Hayata (Orchidaceae), previously known to be distributed from Tai-wan to southern Japan, was found in the Jeju-do, Korea. This species is distinguished from the related taxon Platanthera chlorantha by its small plant size, white sepal with distinct one green vein, and short-cylindrical spur. The local name Young-ju-je-bi-ran is originated from the local name of Mt. Halla. The morphological characters and illustration of the species are provided with line drawing and photograph from the natural habitat.
KeyWords: First report in Korea, Platanthera brevicalcarata, Orchidaceae
주요어: 한국 미기록, 영주제비란, 난과
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