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Latin NameCommon NameEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Quercus acutissimaSawthorn Oak22
Quercus emoryiBlack Oak, Emory oak32
Quercus ilexHolly Oak, Evergreen Oak52
Quercus kelloggiiCalifornian Black Oak, Black Oak32
Quercus suberCork Oak22
Guazuma ulmifoliaBastard Cedar. West Indian elm, Guasimo23
Quercus brantiiBarro, Brant's oak32
Quercus insignisChicalaba12
Quercus x hybridBurgambel oak32
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