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Astragalus robbinsii is a species of milkvetch known by the common name Robbins's milkvetch. It is native to North America, where it is widespread with several varieties originating from different regions.
- A. r. var. alpiniformis is endemic to Oregon.
- A. r. var. fernaldii is known from Quebec and Newfoundland and Labrador.
- A. r. var. harringtonii is endemic to Alaska.
- A. r. var. jesupii is a rare variety known only from three locations on the Connecticut River in New Hampshire and Vermont and is a federally listed endangered species.
- A. r. var. minor, the most widespread variety, can be found in western North America and eastern Canada.
- A. r. var. occidentalis is a rare variety endemic to the Ruby Mountains of Nevada.
- A. r. var. robbinsii is endemic to Vermont.
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