Gynodioecious Daphne laureola L. is one of six species from Genus Daphne L., native in Slovenia. The main goals of this research were: determine the area of distribution of species Daphne laureola L. in the area of Bohor, determine the sexual structure of populations and itʼs correlation with site conditions and determine if there are any other morphological differences among females and hermaphrodites except in structure of the flowers. In this research four sites were included - two in each altitude range. Sites were located in the north side of Bohor. Altogether 277 plants were studied for sexual structure and 90 of them were additionally studied for sexual dimorphism. As it was assumed, the area of distribution of species Daphne laureola in the area of Bohor is relatively small. It was discovered that in lower part, area of distribution reaches in quadrant 9959/1(Central European flora mapping), where spaecies was not jet recorded. Sex ratio of female plants was between 3,17 % and 37,17 % and was lower in higher areas. It was concluded that the frequency of plants, proportion of female individuals and morphological traits of plants are highly related with environmental factors. The plants had more flowers in the higher areas, leafs where longer and had rounder tips and the base of leafs was sharper. The differences among females and hermaphrodites were small and were not statistically significant. Statistically significant differences appeared only in two traits: females had significantly higher number of trunks and hermaphrodites had significantly longer leafs.