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For Desmodium

Grund, S.P. 2022. The identity of Desmodium dillenii Darl. P. 401 in In Weakley, A.S., D.B. Poindexter, B.A. Sorrie, E.A. Ungberg, S.G. Ward, J.W. Horn, W.M. Knapp, and S.P. Grund. 2022. Studies in the vascular flora of the southeastern United States. VIII. J. Bot. Res. Inst. Texas 16(2): 377-418.

Isely, D. 1998. Native and naturalized Leguminosae (Fabaceae) of the United States (exclusive of Alaska and Hawaii). Monte L. Bean Life Science Museum, Brigham Young Univ., Provo, UT.

Krings, A. 2004. Abaxial foliar vestiture in Desmodium (Desv. (Fabaceae) in North Carolina and vegetative recognition of the species. Vulpia 3: 140-172.

Ohashi H., and Ohashi K. 2018. Grona, a genus separated from Desmodium (Leguminosae tribe Desmodieae). J. Jpn. Bot. 93(2): 104-120.

Ohashi in FNA (in prep.)

Ohashi, H. 2013. New Combinations in North American Desmodium (Leguminosae: Tribe Desmodieae). J. Jpn. Bot. 88: 166-175.

Ohashi, K., H. Ohashi, T. Nemoto, C. Abe, H. Kotani, K. Nata, H. Ohtake, and K. Yamamoto. 2018. Phylogenetic analyses for classification of the Desmodium group of Leguminosae tribe Desmodieae 2. Two new genera separated from Desmodium and two new combinations in Grona and Sohmaea. J. Jpn. Bot. 93 (5): 293-306.

Raveill, J.A. 2002. Allozyme evidence for the hybrid origin of Desmodium humifusum (Fabaceae). Rhodora 104(919): 253-270.

Thomas, J.R. 2020. Desmodium glabellum and D. perplexum (Fabaceae): a morphological reevaluation. Missouriensis 38: 29-50.

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