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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Atraphaxis spinosa Polygonaceae 20
Calligonum aphyllum PolygonaceaeC. pallasia. L'Hér.20
Emex australisDoublegee, Southern threecornerjackPolygonaceae 11
Eriogonum alatumWinged BuckwheatPolygonaceae 21
Eriogonum atrorubensRed Wild Buckwheat, Red buckwheatPolygonaceae 10
Eriogonum corymbosumCrispleaf Buckwheat, Las Vegas wild buckwheatPolygonaceae 11
Eriogonum inflatumAmerican Pipeweed, Desert trumpetPolygonaceae 21
Eriogonum jamesiiAntelope Sage, James' buckwheatPolygonaceae 02
Eriogonum latifoliumSeaside BuckwheatPolygonaceae 21
Eriogonum longifoliumLongleaf BuckwheatPolygonaceae 11
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