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Aralia chinensisChinese Angelica Tree, Pumila Spirea, Chinese AstilbeAraliaceaeA. elata.22
Aralia continentalisManchurian SpikenardAraliaceae 20
Aralia cordataUdoAraliaceaeA. edulis. A. nutans.42
Aralia elataJapanese Angelica Tree, Angelica TreeAraliaceaeDimorphanthus elatus.32
Aralia hispidaBristly SarsaparillaAraliaceae 21
Aralia mandschuricaManchurian Angelica TreeAraliaceae 22
Aralia nudicaulisWild SarsaparillaAraliaceae 43
Aralia racemosaAmerican SpikenardAraliaceae 33
Aralia schmidtiiSakhalin SpikenardAraliaceae 20
Aralia spinosaHercule's Club, Aralia spinosa, American Angelica Tree, Hercules' Club, Devil's Walking StickAraliaceae 22
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