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Beta lomatogonaBeetChenopodiaceae 20
Beta trigynaBeetChenopodiaceae 20
Beta vulgaris altissimaSugar BeetChenopodiaceaeB. vulgaris rapa.42
Beta vulgaris ciclaSpinach BeetChenopodiaceae 42
Beta vulgaris cracaBeetrootChenopodiaceaeB. vulgaris rapacea.42
Beta vulgaris flavescensSwiss ChardChenopodiaceae 42
Beta vulgaris maritimaSea BeetChenopodiaceaeB. maritima.22
Castanopsis tibetana Fagaceae 20
Clematis tibetana Ranunculaceae 02
Corylus feroxHimalayan Hazel, Tibetan hazelnutBetulaceae 20
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