List of MAGNOLIOPSIDA species in South Korea

This is a list of MAGNOLIOPSIDA in South Korea according to the IUCN Red List.

This list was last updated 2019-09-14


This list contains only species that have been assessed for the IUCN Red List. It is therefore not representative of all the species in the country.

Species counts by country: Total | Amphibians | Birds | Fish | Mammals | Reptiles | Vascular Plants.

Aconitum austrokoreense 13188360 NT
Adenophora taquetii 13188370 VU
Acer takesimense 103451414 VU
Bupleurum latissimum 13188385 CR
Lespedeza maritima 97582627 LC
Salix blinii 72138023 VU
Cirsium rhinoceros 13188394 LC
Scutellaria insignis 13188522 DD
Corydalis filistipes 13188401 VU
Fallopia koreana 13188430 VU
Fraxinus chiisanensis 13188447 EN
Acer okamotoanum 103451615 VU
Koyamacalia pseudotaimingasa 13188960 VU
Glochidion chodoense 13188452 CR
Chelidonium hylomeconoides Korean Woodland Poppy 97843944 LC
Abeliophyllum distichum White Forsythia 13188339 EN
Anemone maxima 13188471 CR
Corylopsis coreana Korean Winter Hazel 72136190 EN


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Species are classified by the IUCN Red List into nine groups:
  • Extinct (EX) – beyond reasonable doubt that the species is no longer extant.
  • Extinct in the wild (EW) – survives only in captivity, cultivation and/or outside native range, as presumed after exhaustive surveys.
  • Critically endangered (CR) – in a particularly and extremely critical state.
  • Endangered (EN) – very high risk of extinction in the wild, meets any of criteria A to E for Endangered.
  • Vulnerable (VU) – meets one of the 5 red list criteria and thus considered to be at high risk of unnatural (human-caused) extinction without further human intervention.
  • Near threatened (NT) – close to being at high risk of extinction in the near future.
  • Least concern (LC) – unlikely to become extinct in the near future.
  • Data deficient (DD)
  • Not evaluated (NE)