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Table. 2.

Table. 2.

Geographical and environmental features of the L. amabile habitats in Korea

ID Population size Number of the studied lines Longitude (°E) Latitude (°N) Altitude (m) Flowering time Habitat environment
MP 300 24 37.05 128.49 400 20-Jun Mountain roadside with herbs and woody plants (trees with the main stem throughout the plant, ~2–3 m high). Loam soil, 10% humidity, sunny weather with open sky.
GJ < 100 13 37.45 128.01 400–750 22-Jun Mountain roadside shaded by big trees. Dry sandy soil, 5% humidity.
HL < 20 6 33.2 126.32 1450–1550 11-Jul Very small population; shaded by azaleas, bamboos, and grasses. The soil of Mt.Halla is mostly composed of volcanic ash, volcanic sand, and lapilli (well-drained humus-enriched soil) and is not the best for farming; 35% humidity. Upper part receives full sun.
MB 100 7 37.81 127.81 400–600 16-Jun Mountain roadside with herbs and woody plants (trees with the main stem throughout the plant, ~2–3 m high). Sandy soil, 10% humidity. Sunny weather with open sky.
MD 200 17 38.05 128.5 300–400 22-Jun Flat hills co-inhabited with herbs and shrubs (any woody plant < 2.5 m high). Sandy loam. Sunny weather with open sky; receives full sun.
KB 100 6 38.12 127.51 339–450 18-Jun Mountain roadside with herbs and woody plants (trees with the main stem throughout the plant, ~3–4 m). Sandy soil; sunny with open sky.
Total 73 16-June–11-July

MP, Moonphilbong; GJ, Gongjak; HL, Halla; MB, Maebong; MD, Mangdaeam; KB, Kkotbong Mountain.

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