Subordinate Taxa
Scientific Name:
Goodia Salisb., Parad. Lond. t. XLI (1806)

Shrubs, not armed.  Lvs pinnately 3-foliolate, petiolate;  lateral veins thin and ± straight to leaflet margin;  stipules free, membranous, caducous.  Infl. terminal, racemose;  bracts and bracteoles membranous, early caducous.  Calyx campanulate;  2 upper teeth connate into a 2-toothed lip;  3 lower teeth free, narrow.  Corolla yellow.  Stamens connate into a tube split above; anthers uniform, dorsifixed, versatile.  Style incurved, glabrous;  stigma terminal.  Pod 2-valved, ± straight and flattened, dehiscent, few- to many-seeded;  sutures thickened; seeds strophiolate.

[From:  Webb et al. (1988) Flora of New Zealand. Volume 4.]

Number of species in New Zealand within Goodia Salisb.
Exotic: Fully Naturalised1
Mabberley, D.J. 2008: Mabberley's plant book, a portable dictionary of plants, their classification and uses. Edition 3. Cambridge University Press.
Salisbury, R.A. 1805-1808: Paradisus Londinensis: or Coloured Figures of Plants Cultivated in the vicinity of the Metropolis. London.