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Fabaceae   (Pea Family)

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Family treatment authored by Fred Weinmann; last updated 12/2/2009 by David Giblin
 
Taxon (native species in boldface) # Synonyms Common Names
Acmispon americanus (Nutt.) Rydb. var. americanus    [Draft FNA] 4 American bird's-foot trefoil, Spanish-clover
Acmispon denticulatus (Drew) Sokoloff   [Draft Revised H&C; FNA] 2
Acmispon nevadensis (S. Watson) Brouillet var. nevadensis    [Draft Revised H&C] 4 Nevada deervetch
Acmispon parviflorus (Benth.) D.D. Sokoloff   [Draft FNA] 2 short-flower bird's-foot-trefoil
Alhagi maurorum Medik.   [JPM2] 2 camelthorn
Amorpha fruticosa L.   [JPM] 8 false indigo-bush
Astragalus agrestis Dougl. ex G. Don   [H&C] 4 field milk vetch, purple milk vetch, cock's-head
Astragalus alpinus L. var. alpinus    [IFBC] 5 alpine milk-vetch
Astragalus arrectus Gray   [H&C] 1 Palouse milk-vetch, hanging pod milk-vetch
Astragalus arthurii M.E. Jones   [H&C] 0 Arthur's milk-vetch, waha milk-vetch
Astragalus asotinensis Björk & Fishbein   [Novon 16(3): 299-303, f. 1. 2006.] 0
Astragalus australis (L.) Lam. var. cottonii (M.E. Jones) S.L. Welsh   [Draft FNA] 2 Cotton's milkvetch
Astragalus beckwithii Torr. & Gray var. weiserensis M.E. Jones   [H&C] 1 beckwith's milk-vetch
Astragalus canadensis L. var. brevidens (Gandog.) Barneby   [H&C] 1 Canada milk-vetch
Astragalus canadensis L. var. mortonii (Nutt.) S. Wats.   [H&C] 1 Morton's Canadian milkvetch
Astragalus caricinus (M.E. Jones) Barneby   [H&C] 1 buckwheat milk-vetch
Astragalus cicer L.   [H&C] 0 chickpea milk-vetch
Astragalus collinus (Hook.) Dougl. ex G. Don var. collinus    [H&C] 0 hillside milk-vetch
Astragalus columbianus Barneby   [H&C] 0 Columbian milk-vetch
Astragalus conjunctus S. Wats. var. rickardii Welsh, K. Beck & F. Caplow   [Great Basin Naturalist 57(4): 354. 1997.] 1 stiff milk-vetch
Astragalus cusickii Gray var. cusickii    [H&C] 0 Cusick's milk vetch
Astragalus diaphanus Dougl. ex Hook.   [H&C] 2 transparent milk-vetch, John Day milk vetch
Astragalus falcatus Lam.   [H&C] 0 Russian-sickle
Astragalus filipes Torr. ex Gray   [H&C] 4 basalt milk-vetch
Astragalus geyeri Gray var. geyeri    [JPM] 0 Geyer's milk-vetch
Astragalus hoodianus T.J. Howell   [H&C] 3 Hood River milk-vetch
Astragalus howellii Gray   [H&C] 0 Howell's milk-vetch
Astragalus inflexus Dougl. ex Hook.   [H&C] 0 bent milk-vetch, hairy milk-vetch
Astragalus kentrophyta Gray var. douglasii Barneby   [H&C] 1 thistle milk vetch
Astragalus laxmannii Jacq. var. robustior (Hook.) Barneby & Welsh   [IFBC] 4 standing milk-vetch
Astragalus leibergii M.E. Jones   [H&C] 1 Leiberg's milk-vetch
Astragalus lentiginosus Dougl. ex Hook. var. lentiginosus    [H&C] 1 specklepod milk-vetch, freckled milk-vetch
Astragalus lyallii Gray   [H&C] 0 Lyall's milk-vetch
Astragalus microcystis Gray   [H&C] 0 lesser-bladder milk-vetch
Astragalus misellus S. Wats. var. pauper Barneby   [H&C] 1 pauper milk-vetch
Astragalus miser Dougl. var. miser    [H&C] 1 weedy milk-vetch
Astragalus miser Dougl. var. serotinus (Gray ex Cooper) Barneby   [H&C] 2 weedy milk-vetch
Astragalus pulsiferae Gray var. pulsiferae    [JPM] 0 ames milk-vetch
Astragalus pulsiferae Gray var. suksdorfii (Howell) Barneby   [JPM] 0 ames milk-vetch
Astragalus purshii Dougl. ex Hook. var. glareosus (Dougl. ex Hook.) Barneby   [H&C] 2 woolly-pod milk-vetch
Astragalus purshii Dougl. ex Hook. var. purshii    [H&C] 2 woolly-pod milk-vetch
Astragalus purshii Dougl. ex Hook. var. tinctus M.E. Jones   [H&C] 3 woolly-pod milk-vetch
Astragalus reventiformis (Rydb.) Barneby   [H&C] 2 Yakima milk-vetch
Astragalus reventus Gray   [H&C] 0 Blue Mt.milk-vetch, longleaf milk-vetch
Astragalus riparius Barneby   [H&C] 0 Piper's milk-vetch
Astragalus robbinsii (Oakes) Gray var. minor (Hook.) Barneby   [H&C] 2 Robbin's milk-vetch
Astragalus sclerocarpus Gray   [H&C] 0 stalked-pod milk-vetch,woody-pod milk-vetch
Astragalus sheldonii (Rydb.) Barneby   [H&C] 2 Sheldon's milk-vetch
Astragalus sinuatus Piper   [H&C] 0 whited milk-vetch
Astragalus spaldingii Gray   [H&C] 0 Spalding's milk-vetch
Astragalus speirocarpus Gray   [H&C] 0 medic milk-vetch, curve-pod milk-vetch, spiral-pod milk-vetch
Astragalus succumbens Dougl. ex Hook.   [H&C] 0 sprawling milk-vetch, crouching milk-vetch
Astragalus tenellus Pursh   [FNA] 0 pulse milkvetch
Astragalus tweedyi Canby   [H&C] 0 Tweedy's milk-vetch
Astragalus whitneyi Gray var. sonneanus (Greene) Jepson   [H&C] 1 balloon milk-vetch
Caragana arborescens Lam.   [JPM2] 0 Siberian peashrub
Cicer arietinum L.   [Stace, 1997] 0 chick-pea
Colutea arborescens L.   [Stace, 1997] 0 bladder-sennas
Cytisus multiflorus (Ait.) Sweet   [H&C] 0 white Spanish broom, portuguese broom
Cytisus scoparius (L.) Link   [H&C] 0 Scot's broom
Dalea ornata (Dougl. ex Hook.) Eat. & J. Wright   [JPM] 1 Blue Mountain prairie-clover
Galega officinalis L.   [Stace, 1997] 0 professor-weed
Genista canariensis L.   [JPM] 3 canary-broom
Genista monspessulana (L.) L. Johnson   [JPM] 2 French-broom
Genista tinctoria L.   [Stace, 1997] 2 Dyer's greenweed
Gleditsia triacanthos L.   [JPM2] 1 honey locust
Glycyrrhiza lepidota Pursh   [H&C] 2 wild licorice, American licorice
Hedysarum boreale Nutt. var. mackenziei (Richards.) C.L. Hitchc.   [H&C] 2 Mackenzie's northern sweetvetch
Hedysarum occidentale Greene   [H&C] 2 western sweet-vetch
Hedysarum sulphurescens Rydb.   [H&C] 0 yellow sweet-vetch
Laburnum anagyroides Medik.   [IFBC] 0 golden chain-tree
Laedeania lanceolata (Pursh) A. N. Egan & Reveal   [JPM2] 11 scurf-pea
Lathyrus aphaca L.   [H&C] 0 yellow vetchling
Lathyrus bijugatus T.G. White   [IFBC] 1 drypark pea
Lathyrus holochlorus (Piper) C.L. Hitchc.   [H&C] 0 thin-leaf vetchling
Lathyrus japonicus Willd. var. maritimus (L.) Kartesz & Gandhi   [IFBC] 7 beach pea
Lathyrus lanszwertii Kellogg var. aridus (Piper) Jepson   [JPM] 0 pinewoods peavine
Lathyrus lanszwertii Kellogg var. lanszwertii    [JPM] 0 thick-leaved peavine
Lathyrus latifolius L.   [H&C] 1 everlasting-pea
Lathyrus littoralis (Nutt.) Endl.   [H&C] 0 beach peavine, silky beach vetchling
Lathyrus nevadensis S. Watson var. cusickii (S. Watson) Broich   [Draft Revised H&C] 2 Cusick's pea
Lathyrus nevadensis S. Wats. var. nevadensis    [JPM] 6 Sierra pea
Lathyrus nevadensis S. Watson var. parkeri (H. St. John) C.L. Hitchc.   [Draft Revised H&C] 0
Lathyrus ochroleucus Hook.   [H&C] 0 cream pea
Lathyrus palustris L.   [H&C] 7 marsh pea
Lathyrus pauciflorus Fern. var. pauciflorus    [H&C] 2 few-flowered pea
Lathyrus polyphyllus Nutt.   [H&C] 0 leafy pea
Lathyrus pratensis L.   [H&C] 0 meadow vetchling
Lathyrus sphaericus Retz.   [H&C] 0 grass pea, grass pea
Lathyrus sylvestris L.   [H&C] 0 narrow-leaf pea
Lathyrus torreyi Gray   [H&C] 0 Torrey's pea
Lathyrus tuberosus L.   [H&C] 0 earth-nut pea
Lathyrus vestitus Nutt. var. ochropetalus (Piper) Isley   [JPM, 2nd Edition] 7 Pacific peavine
Lotus aboriginus Jepson   [JPM] 3 rosy bird's-foot-trefoil
Lotus corniculatus L.   [H&C] 1 garden bird's-foot-trefoil
Lotus crassifolius (Benth.) Greene var. crassifolius    [H&C] 2 big deervetch
Lotus formosissimus Greene   [H&C] 1 seaside bird's-foot-trefoil
Lotus pinnatus Hook.   [H&C] 1 meadow bird's-foot-trefoil, meadow deervetch
Lotus tenuis Waldst. & Kit. ex Willd.   [Draft FNA] 1 narrow-leaved trefoil
Lotus uliginosus Schkuhr   [JPM] 1 big or large trefoil
Lupinus albicaulis Dougl.   [H&C] 4 sicklekeel lupine
Lupinus arboreus Sims   [H&C] 0 tree lupine, yellow-bush lupine
Lupinus arbustus Dougl. ex Lindl. ssp. arbustus 1 spurred lupine
Lupinus arbustus Dougl. ex Lindl. ssp. calcaratus (Kellogg) D. Dunn 3 spurred lupine
Lupinus arbustus Dougl. ex Lindl. ssp. neolaxiflorus D. Dunn   [IFBC] 5 spurred lupine
Lupinus arbustus Dougl. ex Lindl. ssp. pseudoparviflorus (Rydb.) D. Dunn   [IFBC] 4 spurred lupine
Lupinus arbustus Dougl. ex Lindl. ssp. silvicola (Heller) D. Dunn 1 spurred lupine
Lupinus arbustus Dougl. ex Lindl. var. montanus (Howell) D.B. Dunn 2 spurred lupine
Lupinus argenteus Pursh var. argenteus    [JPM, IFBC] 4 silvery lupine
Lupinus argenteus Pursh var. holosericeus (Nutt.) Barneby 1
Lupinus argenteus Pursh var. holosericeus (Nutt. ex Torr. & A. Gray) Barneby   [Jepson Manual, 2nd Edition] 0
Lupinus bicolor Lindl.   [H&C, JPM] 7 two-color lupine
Lupinus bingenensis Suksdorf var. bingenensis 3 Bingen lupine
Lupinus bingenensis Suksdorf var. dubius C.P. Sm. 3 Bingen lupine
Lupinus latifolius Lindl. ex J.G. Agardh var. latifolius    [H&C] 2 broadleaf lupine
Lupinus latifolius Lindl. ex J.G. Agardh var. subalpinus (Piper and Robbins) Smith   [H&C] 1 broadleaf lupine
Lupinus latifolius Lindl. ex J.G. Agardh var. thompsonianus (Smith) C.L.Hitchcock   [H&C] 2 Suksdorf's lupine
Lupinus lepidus Dougl. ex Lindl. var. aridus (Douglas ex Lindl.) Jeps.   [H&C] 0 prairie lupine
Lupinus lepidus Dougl. ex Lindl. var. cusickii (Wats.) C.L. Hitchcock   [H&C] 3 elegant lupine
Lupinus lepidus Dougl. ex Lindl. var. lepidus    [H&C] 3 Pacific lupine
Lupinus lepidus Dougl. ex Lindl. var. lobbii (Gray) C.L. Hitchcock   [H&C] 3 elegant lupine
Lupinus leucophyllus Dougl. ex Lindl. var. leucophyllus    [H&C] 17 velvet lupine
Lupinus leucophyllus Dougl. ex Lindl. var. tenuispicus (A. Nels.) C.P. Sm.   [H&C] 1 velvet lupine
Lupinus littoralis Dougl.   [H&C] 0 seashore lupine
Lupinus microcarpus Sims var. microcarpus    [H&C] 2 chick lupine
Lupinus microcarpus Sims var. scopulorum Smith   [H&C] 1 chick lupine
Lupinus nootkatensis Donn ex Sims var. nootkatensis    [IFBC] 0 Nootka lupine
Lupinus oreganus Heller var. kincaidii C.P. Sm. 4 Kincaid's lupine
Lupinus pachylobus Greene   [Jepson 2nd] 0 big-pod lupine
Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl. var. burkei (S. Wats.) C.L. Hitchc.   [H&C] 1 large-leaved lupine, many-leaved lupine
Lupinus polyphyllus Lind. var. pallidipes    [H&C] 2 large-leaved lupine
Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl. var. polyphyllus    [H&C] 4 large-leaved lupine
Lupinus polyphyllus Lindl. var. prunophilus (M.E. Jones) L. Phillips   [H&C] 4 large-leaved lupine
Lupinus pusillus Pursh var. intermontanus (Heller) C.P. Sm.   [H&C] 2 rusty lupine, low lupine
Lupinus rivularis Dougl. ex Lindl.   [H&C] 3 river-bank lupine
Lupinus sabinianus Dougl. ex Lindl. 2 Sabin's lupine
Lupinus saxosus T.J.Howell   [H&C] 4 rock lupine
Lupinus sericeus Pursh var. asotinensis (L. Phillips) C.L. Hitchc.   [H&C] 1 Asotin silk lupine
Lupinus sericeus Pursh var. fikeranus (C.P. Sm.) C.L. Hitchc.   [H&C] 4 silky lupine
Lupinus sericeus Pursh var. sericeus    [H&C] 2 silky lupine
Lupinus sulphureus Dougl. var. subsaccatus (Siks.) Hitchc.   [Draft Revised H&C] 2 Bingen lupine
Lupinus sulphureus Dougl. ex Hook. var. sulphureus    [H&C] 4 sulphur lupine
Lupinus wyethii S. Wats.   [H&C] 5 Wyeth's lupine
Medicago arabica (L.) Huds.   [H&C] 1 spotted medic
Medicago lupulina L.   [H&C] 2 black medic, hop clover
Medicago minima (L.) L. ex Bartal   [H&C] 3 burr medick
Medicago polymorpha L.   [IFBC] 9 toothed medick
Medicago sativa L.   [H&C] 4 alfalfa, lucerne
Melilotus albus Medik.   [H&C] 1
Melilotus indicus (L.) All.   [JPM] 1 Indian sweet-clover, small flowered yellow sweet clover
Melilotus officinalis (L.) Lam.   [H&C] 0 yellow sweet-clover
Onobrychis viciifolia Scop.   [H&C] 3 saintfoin, sandfain, holy-clover
Ononis repens L.   [H&C] 0 common restharrow
Oxytropis borealis DC. var. viscida (Nutt.) Welsh   [IFBC] 10 sticky crazyweed
Oxytropis campestris (L.) DC. var. columbiana (St. John) Barneby   [H&C] 1 slender crazyweed
Oxytropis campestris (L.) DC. var. cusickii (Greenm.) Barneby   [H&C] 4 slender crazyweed
Oxytropis campestris (L.) DC. var. gracilis (A. Nels.) Barneby   [H&C] 6 yellow-flower locoweed
Oxytropis campestris (L.) DC. var. wanapum E. Joyal   [Great Basin Naturalist 50(4): 373-376, f. 1-2 [1991].] 0 wanapum crazyweed
Oxytropis deflexa (Pallas) DC. var. sericea Torr. & Gray   [H&C] 2 pendant-pod crazyweed
Pisum sativum L.   [JPM2] 4 garden pea
Robinia hispida L.   [JPM] 3 bristly locust
Robinia pseudoacacia L.   [H&C] 2 black locust
Rupertia physodes (Dougl. ex Hook.) J. Grimes   [IFBC] 1 California-tea
Securigera varia (L.) Lassen   [Draft FNA] 1 crown vetch
Spartium junceum L.   [JPM2] 0 Spanish-broom
Sphaerophysa salsula (Pallas) DC.   [JPM] 2 red bladder-vetch
Thermopsis montana Nutt. var. montana    [H&C] 1 mountain thermopsis
Thermopsis montana Nutt. var. ovata (B.L. Rob. ex Piper) H. St. John   [H&C] 4 slender goldenbanner
Trifolium albopurpureum Torr. & A. Gray   [Jepson 2nd] 10 Rancheria clover
Trifolium arvense L.   [H&C] 0 rabbit-foot clover, hare's foot
Trifolium aureum Pollich   [IFBC] 1 yellow clover, greater hop clover, golden clover
Trifolium bifidum Gray   [H&C] 1 pinole clover, notch-leaf clover
Trifolium campestre Schreb.   [IFBC] 1 hop clover
Trifolium cernuum Brot. 0 nodding clover
Trifolium ciliolatum Benth.   [H&C] 0 foothill clover, tree clover
Trifolium cyathiferum Lindl.   [H&C] 0 cup clover, bowl clover
Trifolium depauperatum Desv. var. depauperatum    [IFBC] 1 poverty clover
Trifolium dichotomum Hook. & Arn.   [Jepson 2nd] 3 branched Indian clover
Trifolium douglasii House   [H&C] 0 Douglas' clover
Trifolium dubium Sibthorp   [H&C] 0 suckling clover, least hop clover
Trifolium eriocephalum Nutt. var. eriocephalum    [H&C] 2 woolly-head cloover
Trifolium eriocephalum Nutt. var. piperi J.S. Martin   [H&C] 2 woolly-head clover
Trifolium fragiferum L.   [H&C] 1 strawberry clover
Trifolium glomeratum L.   [Jepson 2nd] 0 clustered clover
Trifolium gracilentum Torr. & Gray var. gracilentum    [JPM] 2 slender clover
Trifolium hybridum L.   [H&C] 4 Alsike clover
Trifolium incarnatum L.   [H&C] 1 crimson clover
Trifolium latifolium (Hook.) Greene   [H&C] 4 twin clover
Trifolium longipes Nutt. var. longipes    [H&C] 1 long-stalked clover
Trifolium longipes Nutt. var. multiovulatum (Henderson) C.L. Hitchc.   [H&C] 5 long-stalked clover
Trifolium longipes Nutt. var. multipedunculatum (Kennedy) J.S. Martin ex Isely   [Brittonia 32(1): 56 (1980).] 4 long-stalked clover
Trifolium longipes Nutt. var. reflexum A. Nels.   [H&C] 4 long-stalked clover
Trifolium macrocephalum (Pursh) Poir.   [H&C] 2 big-head clover, large-head clover
Trifolium microcephalum Pursh   [H&C] 0 small-head clover
Trifolium microdon Hook. & Arn.   [H&C] 1 Valparaiso clover, thimble clover
Trifolium oliganthum Steud.   [H&C] 2 few-flowerered clover
Trifolium plumosum Dougl. ex Hook. var. amplifolium J.S. Martin   [H&C] 1 plumed clover
Trifolium plumosum Dougl. ex Hook. var. plumosum    [H&C] 1 plumed clover
Trifolium pratense L.   [H&C] 2 red clover
Trifolium repens L.   [H&C] 0 white clover, Dutch clover
Trifolium resupinatum L.   [JPM2] 0 reversed clover
Trifolium retusum L.   [JPM2] 0 teasel clover
Trifolium striatum L.   [Draft Revised H&C] 0 knotted clover
Trifolium subterraneum L.   [H&C] 0 burrowing clover
Trifolium suffocatum L. 0 suffocated clover
Trifolium thompsonii Morton   [H&C] 0 Thompson's clover
Trifolium variegatum Nutt.   [H&C] 5 white-tip clover
Trifolium vesiculosum Savi   [JPM] 0 arrow-leaf clover
Trifolium willdenovii Spreng.   [IFBC, JPM] 2 sand clover; tomcat clover
Trifolium wormskioldii Lehm.   [H&C] 14 cow clover, salt marsh clover
Ulex europaeus L.   [H&C] 0 common gorse
Vicia americana Muhl. ex Willd. var. americana    [JPM] 10 American vetch
Vicia cracca L.   [H&C] 7 bird vetch, tufted vetch
Vicia hirsuta (L.) S.F. Gray   [H&C] 0 tiny vetch, hairy vetch
Vicia lathyroides L.   [IFBC] 0 spring vetch
Vicia nigricans Hook. & Arn. ssp. gigantea (Hook.) Lassetter & Gunn.   [IFBC] 1 giant vetch
Vicia pannonica Crantz   [JPM2] 0 Hungarian vetch
Vicia sativa L. var. angustifolia (L.) Ser.   [H&C] 6 common vetch, tare
Vicia sativa L. var. sativa    [H&C] 2 common vetch
Vicia tetrasperma (L.) Schreb.   [H&C] 1 slender vetch
Vicia villosa Roth ssp. varia (Host) Corb.   [JPM2] 3 hairy vetch, woolly vetch, winter vetch
Vicia villosa Roth ssp. villosa    [JPM2] 1 smoooth tare, slender vetch, lentil vetch


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