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Avena abyssinicaAbyssinian OatPoaceae or Gramineae 20
Avena barbataSlender OatPoaceae or Gramineae 20
Avena brevis Poaceae or Gramineae 20
Avena byzantinaRed OatPoaceae or Gramineae 20
Avena fatuaWild OatsPoaceae or Gramineae 21
Avena ludovicianaOatsPoaceae or Gramineae 20
Avena nudaNaked OatPoaceae or Gramineae 40
Avena nudibrevis Poaceae or Gramineae 20
Avena orientalisHungarian OatPoaceae or GramineaeA. sativa orientalis. Hook.f.31
Avena sativaOats, Common oatPoaceae or GramineaeAvena dispermis, Avena distans, Avena cinerea, Avena anglica, Avena algeriensis.33
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