- Chrysothamnus — about seven species in the United States, including Green rabbitbrush
- Ericameria — about six species in the United States, including Gray (or Rubber) and Parry's rabbitbrush
- Lorandersonia — about four species in the United States, including Bailey's rabbitbrush and Spearleaf rabbitbrush
Taxonomy for these genera has changed recently; previously, the rabbitbrushes in Ericameria and Lorandersonia were included in Chrysothamnus. In each of these genera, not all species are called "rabbitbrush"; most Ericameria, for instance, are called "goldenbush", and only a minority are called "rabbitbrush".
- >L.E. Urbatsch, R.P. Roberts, and K.M. Neubig, 2006. Chrysothamnus, in Flora of North America Editorial Committee, eds., Flora of North America North of Mexico, vol. 20. New York and Oxford.
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