Sophora macnabiana

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S. cassioides
Binomial name
Sophora cassioides
distribution areal of S.macnabiana

Sophora macnabiana is the scientific name derived from Edwardsia macnabiana,[1] a tree formerly described from cultivated material [2] Indeed it is suitable for gardens, with showy flowers, numerous leaflets and tender pods. Native from central Chile, and Gough Island,[3][4][5] also disseminated as ornamental in New Zealand, where challenges with S.tetraptera, the local Large-leaved Kowhai.[6]

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  1. "legumeweb_6.00_taxa_13292.shtml [ILDIS]". www.ildis.org.
  2. http://www.ars-grin.gov/cgi-bin/npgs/html/taxon.pl?102014[permanent dead link].
  3. Lewis Smith RI 1985. Nothofagus and other trees stranded on islands in the atlantic sector of Southern Ocean.Br.Antarct. Surv. Bull. 66, 47-55 Archived 2009-11-17 at the Wayback Machine
  4. F. I. Woodward 1987. Climate and plant distribution Cambridge University Press, ISBN 0521282144, 9780521282147 174 pág
  5. Peña RC et al.2000. Phylogenetic and biogeographic aspects of Sophora sect.Edwardsia (Papilionaceae)Pacific Sci.54 159-167
  6. http://www.fullbooks.com/Hardy-Ornamental-Flowering-Trees-and3.html.

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