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Crataegus padifolia Sargent. Cherry-leaf Hawthorn. Hab: Rocky woodlands, brushland, streamsides. Dist: S. MO, e. OK, AR.

Origin/Endemic status: Endemic

Taxonomy Comments: This western species of Intricatae reflects three forms marginally distinctive and perhaps conspecific. The typical form in MO and AR has mostly unlobed leaves, and in OK there is a smaller-leaved form, C. pagensis Sargent; forms with slightly lobed leaves occur across the range and these have been considered var. incarnata Sargent; all are here considered in synonymy.

Synonymy: > Crataegus padifolia Sarg. var. incarnata Sarg. – FNA9, Phipps, O’Kennon, & Lance (2003); > Crataegus padifolia Sarg. var. padifolia – FNA9, Phipps, O’Kennon, & Lance (2003)

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