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Ballenger, J.A., and M.A. Vincent. 2023. Cercis. pp. 10-14 In Flora of North America Editorial Committee. 2023a. Flora of North America north of Mexico. Volume 11.1, Magnoliophyta: Fabaceae, part 1. Oxford Univ. Press, New York, NY. 541 pp.

Fritsch, P.W., and B.C. Cruz. 2012. Phylogeny of Cercis based on DNA sequences of nuclear ITS and four plastid regions: implications for transatlantic historical biogeography. Molec. Phylogen. & Evol. 62: 816-825.

Fritsch, P.W., C.F. Nowell, L.S.T. Leatherman, W. Gong, B.C. Cruz, D.O. Burge, and A. Delgado-Salinas. 2018. Leaf adaptations and species boundaries in North American Cercis: implications for the evolution of dry floras. Amer. J. Bot. 105(9): 1577-1594.

Greene, E.L. 1912. Novitates Boreali-Americanae VI. Species novae generis Cercidis. Repertorium novarum specierum regni vegetabilis 11: 108-111.

Hopkins, M. 1942. Cercis in North America. Rhodora 44(532): 193-211.

Isely, D. 1975. Leguminosae of the United States. II. Subfamily Caesalpinioideae. Memoirs N.Y. Bot. Gard. 25: 1-228.

Isely, D. 1990. Leguminosae (Fabaceae), volume 3, part 2, Vascular flora of the southeastern United States. University of North Carolina Press, Chapel Hill, NC.

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.

Lewis, G.P., B. Scrire, B. Mackinder, and M. Lock, eds. 2005. Legumes of the World. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. 577 pp.

Robertson, K.R., and Y.-T. Lee. 1976. The genera of Caesalpinioideae (Leguminosae) in the southeastern United States. J. Arnold Arb. 57: 1-53.

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