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Hemerocallis altissima Hemerocallidaceae 41
Hemerocallis aurantiaca Hemerocallidaceae 41
Hemerocallis bulbiferum Hemerocallidaceae 41
Hemerocallis citrinaCitron daylilyHemerocallidaceaeH. baroni.41
Hemerocallis coreana Hemerocallidaceae 41
Hemerocallis darrowianaDay LilyHemerocallidaceae 41
Hemerocallis dumortieriDumortier's daylilyHemerocallidaceaeH. ruticans. H. sieboldii.41
Hemerocallis exaltata Hemerocallidaceae 41
Hemerocallis forrestii Hemerocallidaceae 21
Hemerocallis fulvaCommon Day Lily, Orange daylily, Tawny Daylily, Double DaylilyHemerocallidaceae 52
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