Photographs

085-0190.JPG
Key Words
ilex cornuta in native terrain in korean natural monument
Other Notes
"The northernmost wild population of I. cornuta in Korea occurs on the Pyonsan Peninsula where it is designated as National Monument 122 and is surrounded by wire fencing. At most, there are about 20 small and depauperate, struggling plants, 0.5-1 meter tall and of unknown sex. The leaves of these plants were strongly spined representing the "typical" expression of the species." Ted Dudley trip notes
Location
Pyonsan Peninsula
City, Country
Puan, South Korea
Date Taken
September 1985
Photographer
J. C. Raulston
Collection
J. C. Raulston's Slide Collection
Image Name
085-0190.JPG
Image ID
51961