Chamaecrista pilosa (L.) Greene var. pilosa (Pittonia 4: 28. 1899)
Localities: West Indies (native), Greater Antilles [Jamaica (native), Cuba (native), Hispaniola (native)[ Dominican Republic,], ], Bahamas (native), North America (exotic (Mexico)), Mexico (native), Central America (native), South America (native),
Synonyms: Cassia pilosa L. (Syst. Nat. ed. 10, 1017. 1759.),
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Last edited 25 Aug 08