Yellow pea bush Sesbania cannabina, copyright Harry Rose.

Belongs within: Papilionoideae.
Contains: Fabeae, Hedysareae, Astragaleae, Lotus.

The Hologalegina are a diverse clade including the majority of temperate-climate herbaceous legumes as well as a variety of woody taxa, united by the loss of one of two copies of the 25-kb inverted repeat in the plastid genome. Within the clade, members of the tribes Loteae, Robinieae and Sesbania are united by molecular analyses as well as by the possession of a distinct determinate root nodule structure.

<==Hologalegina [Galegeae] CP13
    |--+--Glycyrrhiza CP13
    |  |    |--G. acanthocarpa G04
    |  |    |--G. glabra KU02
    |  |    `--G. lepidota CP13
    |  `--+--+--Fabeae CP13
    |     |  `--+--Hedysareae CP13
    |     |     `--Astragaleae CP13
    |     `--+--Callerya reticulata CP13
    |        `--Wisteria CP13
    |             |--W. frutescens CP13
    |             `--W. sinensis B00
    `--+--Loteae CP13
       |    |--+--Hippocrepis CP13
       |    |  |    |--H. ciliata PT98
       |    |  |    |--H. comosa H91
       |    |  |    `--H. unisiliquosa CP13
       |    |  `--+--Securigera varia CP13
       |    |     `--Coronilla CP13
       |    |          |--C. coronata CP13
       |    |          |--C. emerus [incl. C. emeroides] H91
       |    |          |--C. montana C55
       |    |          |--C. scorpioides PT98
       |    |          `--C. varia C06
       |    `--+--+--Lotus CP13
       |       |  `--Anthyllis CP13
       |       |       |--A. dillenii B28
       |       |       |--A. hermanniae Linnaeus 1753 PL04
       |       |       |--A. montana C55
       |       |       `--A. vulneraria CP13
       |       |            |--A. v. ssp. vulneraria PT98
       |       |            `--A. v. ssp. rubriflora PT98
       |       `--+--Ornithopus CP13
       |          |    |--O. compressus CP13
       |          |    |--O. perpusillus PAE98
       |          |    |--O. pinnatus H93
       |          |    `--O. sativus [incl. O. roseus] H93
       |          `--+--Hammatolobium kremerianum CP13
       |             `--Dorycnium CP13
       |                  |--D. pentaphyllum CP13 [incl. D. herbaceum H91]
       |                  `--D. suffruticosum C55
       `--+--Sesbania [Sesbanieae] CP13
          |    |--S. aegyptiaca B88
          |    |--S. bispinosa PP07
          |    |--S. brachycarpa M99
          |    |--S. campylocarpa M99
          |    |--S. cannabina M99
          |    |--S. erubescens M99
          |    |--S. exaltata H93
          |    |--S. formosa LK14
          |    |--S. javanicus B00
          |    |--S. pachycarpa CV06
          |    |    |--S. p. ssp. pachycarpa CV06
          |    |    `--S. p. ssp. dinterana CV06
          |    |--S. punicea H06
          |    |--S. rostratum E92
          |    |--S. simpliciuscula M99
          |    |    |--S. s. var. simipliciuscula LK14
          |    |    `--S. s. var. fitzroyensis LK14
          |    `--S. tomentosa CP13
          `--Robinieae CP13
               |--Hebestigma cubense CP13
               `--+--Lennea modesta CP13
                  |--+--Hybosema ehrenbergii CP13
                  |  `--+--Poitea glyciphylla CP13
                  |     `--Gliricidia CP13
                  |          |--G. brenningii CP13
                  |          |--G. maculata SK02
                  |          `--G. sepium MM96
                  `--+--Robinia CP13
                     |    |--R. hispida A98
                     |    |--R. neomexicana RJ11
                     |    |--R. pseudoacacia CP13
                     |    `--R. viscosa A98
                     `--+--Olneya tesota CP13
                        |--+--Poissonia hypoleuca CP13
                        |  `--Sphinctospermum constrictum CP13
                        `--+--Coursetia CP13
                           |    |--C. arborea MM96
                           |    `--C. glandulosa CP13
                           `--+--Genistidium dumosum CP13
                              `--Peteria thompsonae CP13

*Type species of generic name indicated


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