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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Castanopsis cuspidataJapanese ChinquapinFagaceaeQuercus cuspidata.20
Quercus × schuetteiSchuette's oakFagaceaeNo synonyms are recorded for this name.30
Quercus acutaJapanese Evergreen OakFagaceaeCyclobalanopsis acuta.22
Quercus acutissimaSawthorn OakFagaceaeQ. serrata. non Thunb.22
Quercus agrifoliaEncina, California live oak, Coast Live OakFagaceae 32
Quercus albaWhite Oak, Hybrid oakFagaceae 32
Quercus alienaOriental White OakFagaceae 22
Quercus aucheriBoz-Pirnal OakFagaceae 42
Quercus bicolorSwamp White OakFagaceae 42
Quercus brantiiBarro, Brant's oakFagaceaeQuercus aegilops brantii (Lindl.) A.Camus. Quercus baneica Djav.-Khoie. Quercus oophora Kotschy. Quercus persica belangeri A.DC. Quercus persica longicupulata Djav.-Khoie. Quercus persica ovoidea Djav.-Khoie. Quercus persica retrosquamata Djav.-Khoie. Quercus saii Djav.-Khoie. Quercus squamulosa Djav.-Khoie.32
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