Taxon: Betula uber (Ashe) Fernald

Genus: Betula
Subgenus: Asperae
Section: Lentae
Family: Betulaceae
Subfamily: Betuloideae
Nomen number: 315536
Place of publication: Rhodora 47:325. 1945
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Name Verified on: 15-Sep-2015 by ARS Systematic Botanists. Last Changed: 15-Sep-2015
Species priority site is: North Central Regional PI Station (NC7)
Accessions: 6 in National Plant Germplasm System

Common names:

Economic Importance:

  • Fish & Wildlife Threatened species: ()

Distributional Range:


  • Northern America

    • Southeastern U.S.A.: United States Virginia


  • Ashburner, K. & H. A. McAllister The genus Betula, a taxonomic revision of birches. 2013 (Gen Betula) 201.
  • Davis, E. 2006. Virginia Round-Leaf Birch, Betula uber (Ashe) Fernald. 5-Year review: summary and evaluation. Report through U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Virginia Field Office, Gloucester, Virginia
  • FNA Editorial Committee Flora of North America. 1993- (F NAmer)
  • Govaerts, R. & D. G. Frodin World checklist and bibliography of Fagales. 1998 (L Fagales)
  • Kartesz, J. T. A synonymized checklist of the vascular flora of the United States, Canada, and Greenland. (L US Can ed2)
  • Li, J.-H. et al. 2005. Phylogenetics of Betula (Betulaceae) inferred from sequences of nuclear ribosomal DNA (Rhodora) 107:69-86.
  • Little, E. L., Jr. Checklist of United States trees, Agric. Handb. 541. 1979 (Trees US)
  • McAllister, H. & K. Ashburner 2005. 487. Betula lenta f. uber (Betulaceae) Curtis's Bot. Mag. 21:54-60.
  • Sharik, T. L. & R. H. Ford 1984. Variation and taxonomy of Betula uber, B. lenta, and B. alleghaniensis (Brittonia) 36:307-316.
  • Sharik, T. L. et al. 1990. Recovery of the endangered Virginia Round-leaf Birch (Betula uber): a decade of effort Bull. New York State Mus. Sci. Serv. 471:185-188.
  • Thompson, A. 2013. Phylogeography, introgression, and population structure of the eastern North American birches Betula alleghaniensis, B. papyrifera, and B. lenta (Ph.D.) (Concordia University) 40.
  • Thompson, A. et al. 2015. A similar phylogeographical structure among sympatric North American birches (Betula) is better explained by introgression than by shared biogeographical history J. Biogeogr. 42:339-350.
  • United States Fish and Wildlife Service U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service. Species Information: threatened and endangered animals and plants (on-line resource). (US Fish & Wildl List)


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