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Robinia

The flowers of all our species have a yellow spot at the base of the standard, whatever the color of the rest of the corolla. All are shrubs or small trees in Michigan, escaped from cultivation or spread by the vigorous suckering habit.

 

1. Corolla white; branchlets smooth, the year-old ones glabrous.

R. pseudoacacia

1. Corolla pink to rose-purple; branchlets hispid or glandular-viscid.

2. Branchlets hispid with stiff spreading hairs (at most with tiny gland-tips).

R. hispida

2. Branchlets viscid with conspicuous sessile or subsessile warty glands, but not hispid.

R. viscosa

All species found in Robinia

Robinia hispidaBRISTLY LOCUST, ROSE-ACACIA 
Robinia pseudoacaciaBLACK LOCUST 
Robinia viscosaCLAMMY LOCUST 

Citation:

MICHIGAN FLORA ONLINE. A. A. Reznicek, E. G. Voss, & B. S. Walters. February 2011. University of Michigan. Web. May 28, 2020. https://www.michiganflora.net/genus.aspx?id=Robinia.