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Camellias arenīt my speciality, but I had searched for more information on this genus, and decided to share some of what I have found about them - at least, what I have in my bookmark list.
I found this japanese website featuring pictures of all kinds of Camellias. Different varieties, species, and hybrids are linked, which picture named after the species/hybrid/variety name. There must be thousands of pictures. http://www.ykanda.jp/clist.htm
This is the Camellia Expedition to China, organized by the Longwood Gardens (who hosts this webpage) and other institutions. They travelled across the chinese provinces of Sichuan, Yunnan, Hunan and Guangxi, searching for wild Camellias growing on the natural vegetation, traveling through mountains, grassfields, forests, and towns. Itīs also interesting how they cared to take note of the life in the small cities and their people http://www.longwoodgardens.org/Plants&Horticulture/PlantExpl...
This one os only for hardcore Camellia fans only. It is a complete description of all Camellias and other Theaceae native from China. Itīs a 200+ pages text with a heavy taxonomic language. It has a very useful identificantion key for all genera in that work, and as a curiosity, has the chinese name (with chinese characters) for every species. http://flora.huh.harvard.edu/china/mss/volume12/Theaceae-CAS...