Kummerowia stipulacea is a species of flowering plant in the legume family known by the common name Korean clover. It is native to China, Japan and Russia, it is present in the eastern United States as an introduced species; this annual herb grows prostrate, spreading. It grows up to 60 centimeters tall; the leaves are made up of three oval leaflets. One to five flowers occur in the leaf axils. There are cleistogamous flowers, which self-fertilize and never open, chasmogamous flowers, which open and receive pollen from other plants; the latter flower type is purple-blue in color. The fruit is a small legume pod containing one seed. Though it co-occurs with its congener Kummerowia striata, it is identified by large papery stipules which are visible for young leaves; this plant was introduced to the United States when it was intentionally planted in Arlington, Virginia, by the USDA in 1919. This species and Japanese clover were used to revegetate abandoned coal mine sites, its seed was spread to attract wildlife and as a forage for livestock.
It was used to prevent erosion along roadsides. It was planted in rotation with cereal crops to enhance the soil, it spread. Today this plant provides food for a number of mammal and bird species, it is a high-quality livestock forage. The seed is still sold for planting. Three cultivars are available: "Climax", "Harbin", "Rowan". Despite its status as a weed in some areas, it is not aggressive and not considered a noxious weed
James Robbie Leonard McQuilkin is an English footballer who plays as a midfielder for AFC Telford United. McQuilkin was born in West Midlands. Having been attached to West Bromwich Albion and FC Tescoma Zlín, McQuilkin made his Football League debut for Hereford United in their opening home game of the 2009–10 season against Cheltenham Town, he signed a new one-year contract at the end of the 2009-10 season to keep him at the club. After becoming a regular member of the starting XI in his second season at Edgar Street he signed a new contract to keep him at the club until the end of the 2012-13 season. After finding first team chances limited, he joined Kidderminster Harriers on loan for an initial one-month period in January 2012, he made five appearances for the club, scoring once before returning to Hereford after the end of the month's loan period. He was released by Hereford on 22 March 2013. After leaving Hereford, McQuilkin signed a one-year contract at League One side Walsall on 29 July 2013 following a successful trial spell.
Saddlers manager Dean Smith praised McQuilkin, saying: "He has put in some good performances and I have been impressed with his attitude. He is a welcome addition to the squad." He was released at the end of the season. McQuilkin played for Conference North club Hednesford Town before signing for Conference National side Torquay United in November 2014; the following January, he was praised by manager Chris Hargreaves for continuing to play despite not being paid. In August 2015, he signed for AFC Telford United in the National League North, for whom he played in one match before playing one game for Hednesford in the same league a month later. On 10 November, he signed for Kidderminster again, now in the National League. Four days on his first start, he scored in a 2–0 home win against Aldershot Town. In June 2018, McQuilkin returned to Telford; as of match played 9 December 2017 James McQuilkin at Soccerbase