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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Aizoon canariense Aizoaceae 10
Carpobrotus acinaciformisHottentot FigAizoaceaeMesembryanthemum acinaciforme.20
Carpobrotus aequilaterusSea FigAizoaceae 20
Carpobrotus deliciosusSweet Hottentot FigAizoaceae 20
Carpobrotus edulisHottentot Fig,AizoaceaeMesembryanthemum edulis.22
Carpobrotus glaucescensPigfaceAizoaceaeMesembryanthemum glaucescens Haw.32
Carpobrotus modestusInland PigfaceAizoaceae 00
Carpobrotus rossiiKarkallaAizoaceae 00
Carpobrotus virescensCoastal PigfaceAizoaceae 00
Disphyma australePig's FaceAizoaceaeMesembryanthemum australe.10
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