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Latin NameCommon NameEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Alnus glutinosaAlder, European alder , Common Alder, Black Alder03
Eucalyptus brassianaCape York red gum00
Eucalyptus camaldulensisRed River Gum, Murray Red Gum, River Red Eucalyptus13
Eucalyptus citriodoraLemon-Scented Gum, Lemon Scented Eucalyptus13
Eucalyptus globulusTasmanian Blue Gum, Eurabbie, Blue Gum, Blue Eucalyptus14
Eucalyptus gomphocephalaTuart. Tuart Gum00
Eucalyptus grandisFlooded Gum, Gum, Rose Eucalyptus02
Eucalyptus microthecaCoolabah, Coolibah, Flooded Box, Coolibah20
Eucalyptus tereticornisForest Red Gum22
Eucalyptus urophyllaTimor White Gum00
Populus hybridsHybrid poplar33
Populus nigraBlack Poplar, Lombardy poplar13
Populus trichocarpaWestern Balsam Poplar, Black cottonwood13
Prosopis pallidaAlgaroba22
Robinia pseudoacaciaBlack Locust, Yellow Locust32
Salix eriocephalaMissouri Willow, Missouri River willow02
Salix hybridsHybrid willows33
Salix miyabeana 02
Salix purpureaPurple Osier. purpleosier willow13
Salix viminalisOsier. Basket Willow12
Sapium sebiferumVegetable Tallow, Chinese tallow, Popcorn Tree, Chinese Tallow Tree22
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