|1989 illustration |
Apparently Secure (NatureServe)
M.A.Curtis ex Chapm.
|Natural range of Ilex amelanchier|
Ilex amelanchier, the swamp holly or sarvis holly, is a rare  species of holly from the southeastern United States. It is a close relative of mountain holly (Ilex mucronata) which used to be placed in a monotypic genus Nemopanthus. Ilex amelanchier grows near water, for example on streambanks.
The dull red berries appear in October to November, and may persist until the following spring.
- United States department of Agriculture, Wetland flora: Field office illustrated guide to plant species. USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service.
- Alan S. Weakley (April 2008). "Flora of the Carolinas, Virginia, and Georgia, and Surrounding Areas".
- "Ilex amelanchier M.A. Curtis ex Chapm.: sarvis holly". USDA PLANTS.
- United States Department of Agriculture Plants Profile: Ilex amelanchier (Sarvis holly)
- Biota of North America Program 2014 county distribution map
- USDA Plants Profile for Ilex amelanchier (sarvis holly)
- Photo of herbarium specimen at Missouri Botanical Garden, isotype of Ilex amelanchier
- Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, rare plants of Louisiana includes photos, description, Louisiana distribution map
- Carolina Nature: photos
- Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center, University of Texas
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