Does anyone have specifics about the restructuring of this family? I was under the impression that it was renamed Fabaceae, but now my understanding is that it was split into several different families. The problem I have encountered is that some authors put Cercis, Gleditsia, and Gymnocladus in Fabaceae and others put them in Caesalpiniaceae. It would be helpful to know which one is correct.
Also, was there a reason for the name change other than the original family name did not end in "aceae"?