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Latin NameCommon NameEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Albizia julibrissinMimosa, Silktree, Mimosa Tree,22
Pinus edulisRocky Mountain Piñon, Twoneedle pinyon, Nut Pine, Pinyon Pine, Rocky Mountain Pinyon Pine, Singlelea42
Pinus monophyllaSingle Leaf Piñon, Single Leaf PinyonPine, Stone Pine, Pine Pinyon42
Pinus nigraAustrian Pine, Black Pine12
Prunus emarginataBitter Cherry22
Stachys germanicaDowny Woundwort, German hedgenettle02
Albizia julibrissinMimosa, Silktree, Mimosa Tree,22
Attalea speciosaBabassu, American Oil Palm, Motacu, Motacuchi42
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