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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Broussonetia kazinokiKozoMoraceaeB. kaempferi. non Sieb.&Zucc. B. monoica. B. sieboldii.31
Broussonetia papyriferaPaper MulberryMoraceae 42
Cudrania tricuspidataSilkworm Thorn, StorehousebushMoraceaeC. triloba. Maclura tricuspidata.22
Ficus caricaFig, Edible fig, Fig CommonMoraceae 42
Ficus coronataSandpaper FigMoraceae 00
Ficus macrophyllaMoreton Bay FigMoraceae 10
Ficus palmataWild Fig, Punjab figMoraceae 21
Maclura pomiferaOsage Orange, Bois D'ArcMoraceaeM. aurantiaca. Toxylon pommifera.12
Morus albaWhite Mulberry, Common Mulberry,Moraceae 43
Morus alba multicaulisWhite MulberryMoraceae 43
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