Cercis canadensis

Family:FABACEAE
Species:Cercis canadensis L.
Common Name:EASTERN REDBUD
Plant Notes:**
Status:Native, UPL (NWPL)
Specimen: View specimen details in the USF Herbarium Specimen Database

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Classification

FamilyFABACEAE
Genus Cercis
Species Cercis canadensis L. - EASTERN REDBUD

Citation

Citation CERCIS CANADENSIS Linnaeus, Sp. Pl. 374. 1753.
Basionym: **
Type: VIRGINIA: Without data, Kalm s.n. (lectotype: LINN 524.2). Lectotypified by Reveal, in Turland & C. E. Jarvis, Taxon 46: 466. 1997.

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Source

CountyHerbariaLiterature Citation (If Applicable)
Alachua FLAS  
Bay FSU  
Calhoun USF  
Citrus USF  
Clay USF  
Columbia USF  
Dixie FLAS  
Escambia UWFP  
Franklin FSU  
Gadsden USF  
Gilchrist FLAS  
Hamilton FLAS  
Hernando USF  
Hillsborough USF  
Jackson USF  
Jefferson USF  
Lake USF  
Leon FTG  
Levy USF  
Liberty FLAS  
Madison FSU  
Marion USF  
Nassau FLAS  
Polk USF  
Putnam USF  
Santa Rosa USF  
Sumter FLAS  
Suwannee FLAS  
Taylor FSU  
Wakulla FSU  
Washington FLAS  

Synonyms

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SynonymFull CitationBasionymType
Cercis canadensis forma glabrifolia Cercis canadensis Linnaeus, forma glabrifolia Fernald, Rhodora 38: 234. 1936. TYPE: DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA: Near Washington, 20 Apr & 15 May 1896, Steele s.n. (holotype: GH).
Cercis canadensis var. typica Cercis canadensis Linnaeus, var. typica Hopkins, Rhodora 44: 200. 1942, nom. inadmiss.BASIONYM: Cercis canadensis Linnaeus 1753. 
Cercis canadensis var. pubescens Cercis canadensis Linnaeus, var. pubescens Pursh, Fl. Amer. Sept. 308. 1814. TYPE: GEORGIA:
Cercis dilatata Cercis dilatata Greene, Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. 11: 110. 1912. TYPE: GEORGIA: Clarke Co.: Athens, 26 Jun 1900, Harper s.n. (holotype: US).
Cercis ellipsoidea Cercis ellipsoidea Greene, Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. 11: 110. 1912. TYPE: OKLAHOMA: Wichita Mountains, s.d., Gaut 167 (holotype: US).
Cercis georgiana Cercis georgiana Greene, Repert. Spec. Nov. Regni Veg. 11: 110. 1912. TYPE: GEORGIA: Walker Co.: Pigeon Mountain, 3 Aug 1900, Harper 363 (holotype: US?).