Monographs Details: Sophora tomentosa var. truncata Torr. & A.Gray
Authority: Isely, Duane. 1981. Leguminosae of the United States. III. Subfamily Papilionoideae: tribes Sophoreae, Podalyrieae, Loteae. Mem. New York Bot. Gard. 25 (3): 1-264.
Family:Fabaceae
Description:Distribution and Ecology - S Florida, Antilles, n South America. Coastal peninsular Florida, n on east side to Brevard co, on w to Levy co. Adjacent to ocean; in sand or marl, dunes, hardwood or pine hammocks, edges of salt marshes, coastal thickets, roadside ditches, and similar ruderal areas; less frequently, slightly inland in pinelands. All year.

Discussion:Zanthyrsis paniculata Raf. (1838). S. tomentosa var truncata T. & G. (1840). S. tomentosa subsp occidentalis fma longifolia Yakovlev (1967); S. tomentosa subsp bahamensis fma longifolia (Yakovlev) Yakovlev (1968). S. tomentosa subsp havanensis fma aurea Yakovlev (1967); S. tomentosa subsp bahamensis fma aurea (Yakovlev) Yakovlev (1968). S. tomentosa subsp bahamensis Yakovlev (1968). S. tomentosa subsp occidentalis sensu Yakovlev (1967). Although its original habitat is much reduced, S. tomentosa var truncata maintains itself among disturbed brush; e.g., coastal residential roadsides.
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