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Latin NameCommon NameEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Acaenia anserinifoliaPirri-Pirri Bur11
Akebia quinataAkebia, Chocolate vine, Fiveleaf Akebia, Chocolate Vine42
Aleurites fordiiTung Tree, Tung Oil Tree, Wood Oil Tree China13
Alopecurus aequalisShortawn Foxtail, Sonoma shortawn foxtail11
Amaranthus bidentata 21
Ampelopsis brevipedunculataPorcelain Berry, Amur peppervine, Blueberry Climber, Porcelain Berry Vine22
Anemopsis californicaYerba Mansa22
Antirrhinum majusSnapdragon, Garden snapdragon11
Arctium lappaGreat Burdock, Gobo45
Arisaema consanguineumTian Nan Xing13
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