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Search for: Orobanchaceae
Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Epifagus virginianaBeechdropsOrobanchaceae 00
Orobanche ammophylaLie DangOrobanchaceae 22
Orobanche californicaCalifornia Broomrape, Jepson's broomrapeOrobanchaceae 21
Orobanche cernuaNodding broomrapeOrobanchaceae 10
Orobanche fasciculataCancer Root, Clustered broomrapeOrobanchaceae 12
Orobanche grayana Orobanchaceae 11
Orobanche ludovicianaBroom Rape, Louisiana broomrape, Manyflower broomrapeOrobanchaceae 11
Orobanche minorLesser Broomrape, HellrootOrobanchaceae 00
Orobanche pinorumConifer broomrapeOrobanchaceae 11
Orobanche tuberosaGround ConeOrobanchaceaeBoschniakia hookeri. Walp.11
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