ⓘ Syrmatium

                                     

ⓘ Syrmatium

Syrmatium belongs to a group of species traditionally placed in the tribe Loteae of the subfamily Faboideae. The taxonomy of this group is complex, and its division into genera has varied considerably. Many species of Syrmatium were formerly placed in a broadly defined genus Lotus. A molecular phylogenetic study in 2000 based on nuclear ribosomal ITS sequences confirmed the view that the "New World" American and "Old World" African and Eurasian species of Lotus did not belong in the same genus. Syrmatium was monophyletic. The genus is not accepted by some sources.

As of February 2018, plants of the world online, the following forms:

                                     
  • Syrmatium haydonii, synonyms Lotus haydonii and Acmispon haydonii, is a species of legume native to California. It is known by the common names rock bird s - foot
  • Syrmatium decumbens, synonyms Lotus nevadensis and Acmispon nevadensis, is a species of legume native to California. It grows in several types of habitat
  • Syrmatium prostratum, synonyms Lotus nuttallianus and Acmispon prostratus, is a species of legume native to California and northwestern Mexico. It is
  • Syrmatium junceum, synonyms Lotus junceus and Acmispon junceus, is a species of legume native to California. It is known by the common names rush broom
  • Syrmatium micranthum, synonym Lotus hamatus and Acmispon micranthus, is a species of legume native to California and northwestern Mexico. It is known
  • Syrmatium cytisoides, synonyms Lotus benthamii and Acmispon cytisoides, is a species of legume native to California. It is known by the common names Bentham s
  • Syrmatium veatchii, synonyms Lotus dendroideus and Acmispon dendroideus, is a species of legume native to California. It is known by the common name island
  • been divided between the genera Hosackia s.str., Ottleya, Acmispon and Syrmatium A 2006 study, primarily concerned with Old World Lotus species and hence
  • Scorpiurus L. 1753 - scorpion s tails Securigera DC. 1805 - crown vetches Syrmatium Vogel 1836 Tetragonolobus Scop. 1772 Tripodion Medik. 1787 Vermifrux J
  • Strophostyles Stylosanthes Styphnolobium Swainsona Swartzia Sweetia Sylvichadsia Syrmatium Tabaroa Tadehagi Taralea Taverniera Templetonia Tephrosia Teramnus Teyleria