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Legumes of the United States. IV. Mimosa
Author(s): Duane Isely
Publication Type: Journal Article
Journal: American Midway Naturalist, The
Article Topic(s): Mimosa
Location: United States
Species Referenced: Mimosa aculeaticarpa (Catclaw mimosa), Mimosa aculeaticarpa var. biuncifera (Catclaw mimosa), (), Mimosa asperata (Black mimosa), Mimosa borealis (Fragrant mimosa), (), (), (), Mimosa distachya (Mexican mimosa), Mimosa distachya var. laxiflora (Arizona mimosa), Mimosa dysocarpa (Velvetpod mimosa), Mimosa emoryana (Emory's mimosa), Mimosa grahamii (Graham's mimosa), Mimosa hystricina (Porcupine mimosa), Mimosa latidens (Kairn's sensitive briar), Mimosa malacophylla (Raspilla), Mimosa microphylla (Littleleaf sensitive briar), Mimosa nuttallii (Nuttall's sensitive briar), Mimosa pellita (Lollipop mimosa), (), (), (), Mimosa quadrivalvis (Fourvalve mimosa), Mimosa quadrivalvis var. floridana (Florida sensitive brier), (), Mimosa quadrivalvis var. nelsonii (Nelson's mimosa), Mimosa quadrivalvis var. quadrivalvis (Fourvalve mimosa), (), Mimosa roemeriana (Roemer's mimosa), Mimosa rupertiana (Eastern sensitive plant), (), Mimosa strigillosa (Powderpuff), Mimosa texana (Texas mimosa), Mimosa turneri (Desert mimosa),
AbstractMimosa, abundant in Mexico, ranges in the United States primarily from southern Texas to southern Arizona; one species occurs along the coastal plain east to Florida, and another reaches southernmost Colorado. Fifteen taxa (13 species) are treated largely through alpha-taxonomy procedure. Nomenclature is reviewed, but no new names are proposed. This publication is one of a series preliminary to a manual of U. S. legumes.
Suggested CitationIsely, Duane. “Legumes of the United States. IV. Mimosa.” The American Midland Naturalist, vol. 85, no. 2, 1971, pp. 410–424. JSTOR, www.jstor.org/stable/2423765. Accessed 1 Aug. 2020.