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Actaea spicataHerb Christopher, Baneberry01
Alnus rubraRed Alder, Oregon Alder22
Gaultheria hispidulaCreeping Snowberry41
Pistacia terebinthusTerebinth, Cyprus turpentine22
Podophyllum aurantiocaule 22
Podophyllum hexandrumHimalayan May Apple24
Podophyllum peltatumAmerican Mandrake, Mayapple, Ground Lemon, Mandrake, Mayapple24
Podophyllum pleianthum 23
Podophyllum versipelle 23
Sedum telephiumOrpine12
Thalictrum aquilegiifolium 11
Viscum albumMistletoe, European mistletoe13
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