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Ecological behavior of wild Camellia japonica population in northernmost boundary in the world



Ecological behavior of wild Camellia japonica population in northernmost boundary in the world



International Camellia Journal 24: 75-76



The northernmost population of wild C. japonica in Japan has been recorded in Fukaura-Cho (latitude 40 degrees 37'N.), on the basis of isoenzyme studies. Trees in the southernmost area, the Yaeyama islands, share the same pattern of flower pigmentation. The pattern for Taiwan plants of C. japonica var. horzanensis is very different and it is assumed that all Japanese plants of this variety must have originated from Yaeyama.

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