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Search for: Cupressaceae
Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Athrotaxis selaginoidesKing William PineCupressaceaeA. gunneana. Cunninghamia selaginoides.00
Callitris columellarisWhite Cypress-PineCupressaceaeC. arenosa. C. glauca.00
Callitris endlicheriRed Cypress-PineCupressaceae 01
Calocedrus decurrensIncense Cedar, California Incense CedarCupressaceaeHeyderia decurrens. Libocedrus decurrens. Thuja gigantea. non Nutt.11
Chamaecyparis lawsonianaLawson Cypress, Port orford cedar, Oregon Cedar, Port Orford Cedar, Lawson's CypressCupressaceaeCupressus lawsoniana.01
Chamaecyparis nootkatensisNootka Cypress, Nootka Cypress, Yellow Cypress, Alaska CedarCupressaceaeCupressus nootkatensis. Thuyopsis borealis.01
Chamaecyparis thyoidesWhite Cypress, Atlantic white cedar, Coast White Cedar, Southern White Cedar, White CypressCupressaceaeC. sphaeroidea. Cupressus thyoides. Thuja sphaeroidea.01
Cupressocyparis leylandiiLeyland CypressCupressaceae 00
Cupressus arizonicaArizona CypressCupressaceae 00
Cupressus funebrisChinese Weeping Cypress, Mourning-cypressCupressaceaeChamaecyparis funebris. (Endl.)Franco.01
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