1. Family: Fabaceae Lindl.
    1. Goodia Salisb.

      1. This genus is accepted, and its native range is E. & S. Australia.

    [LOWO]

    Legumes of the World. Edited by G. Lewis, B. Schrire, B. MacKinder & M. Lock. Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew. (2005)

    Note

    The tribe is geographically disjunct, comprising a paraphyletic group of tropical American genera (Cyclolobium, Poecilanthe, Harpalyce and Brongniartia), and nested within it, a monophyletic group of Australian genera (Templetonia, Hovea, Cristonia, Thinicola and Lamprolobium). The Australian genus Plagiocarpus appears to be more closely related to the neotropical Brongniartia than to the other Australian genera.

    Arroyo (1981) considered the tribe to comprise the two genera Brongniartia and Harpalyce, both from the Neotropics, so that the concept of Brongniartieae has expanded considerably. The Australian Templetonia group was transferred on the basis of a cladistic analysis of morphology (Crisp & Weston, 1987), and recently two new genera have been described in this group, Cristonia and Thinicola (Ross, 2001a). Two more neotropical genera (Cyclolobium and Poecilanthe) have been transferred into the tribe on the evidence of DNA sequences and phytochemistry (Crisp et al., 2000; Hu et al., 2002). A putative new genus from Bahia, Brazil is under study by Queiroz, Lewis and Wojciechowski. Current molecular data indicate its sister relationships are to Harpalyce and Poecilanthe, but formal description of the new genus awaits further analysis.

    Polhill (1994) placed Brongniartieae next to Bossiaeeae, partly because Crisp & Weston (1987) removed the Australian Templetonia group from the latter and placed it in Brongniartieae. Polhill (l.c.), however, noted that their very different alkaloid profiles suggested Brongniartieae and the Templetonia group had an affinity to the genistoid tribes, while tribe Bossiaeeae was more closely related to Mirbelieae, Hypocalyptus (now in Hypocalypteae), a group of Old World tropical tribes (including Indigofereae, Millettieae and Phaseoleae) and the Hologalegina group of tribes. Recent phylogenetic analyses, especially those using DNA sequences (e.g., Crisp et al., 2000; Doyle et al., 2000; Hu, 2000; Pennington et al., 2000a; Hu et al., 2000; 2002; Wojciechowski et al., 2004) support a placement of Brongniartieae either next to, or within, the main clade of genistoid tribes, which includes Sophoreae sens. lat., Euchresteae, Thermopsideae, Podalyrieae, Crotalarieae and Genisteae. Pennington et al. (2001), Kajita et al. (2001) and Wink & Mohamed (2003) place Brongniartieae sister to a clade including Sophoreae sens. strict., Thermopsideae, Podalyrieae, Crotalarieae and Genisteae. The tribe as treated here comprises 10 genera (not including the putative new genus) and c. 152 species (Fig. 32).

    Distinguished from other genera in the Bossiaeeae by the pinnately trifoliolate leaves. Phylogenetically the sister group to the other genera in the Bossiaeeae, but divergent from them in both morphology and DNA sequences
    Habit
    Shrubs
    Ecology
    Subtropical, mediterranean and temperate forest, woodland, bushland, thicket and shrubland
    Distribution
    Australia, widespread in the S and E (south-west W Australia to SE Queensland, but with disjunctions in S and W Australia, and in N Tasmania)
    [LOWO]
    Use
    Goodia lotifolia Salisb. is suspected of causing death in cattle; hydrogen cyanide is the active compound, apparently in the form of unstable cyanhydrin (Everist, 1981); this species is also cultivated as an ornamental (golden tip, clover bush or yellow pea) and is used for hedges and as pioneers in revegetation

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    Distribution

    Native to:

    New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Tasmania, Victoria, Western Australia

    Introduced into:

    New Zealand North

    Goodia Salisb. appears in other Kew resources:

    Date Reference Identified As Barcode Type Status
    Mueller, F. von [s.n.], Australia K000278943
    Mueller, F. von [s.n.], Australia K000278942

    First published in Parad. Lond. 1: t. 41 (1806)

    Accepted by

    • Govaerts, R. (2003). World Checklist of Seed Plants Database in ACCESS G: 1-40325.

    Sources

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