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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Carya aquaticaWater HickoryJuglandaceaeJuglans aquatica.10
Carya buckleyiBlack hickoryJuglandaceaeC. texana. non DC.20
Carya carolinae-septentrionalisSouthern Shagbark, Southern shagbark hickoryJuglandaceae 20
Carya cathayensisChinese HickoryJuglandaceae 30
Carya cordiformisBitternut, Bitternut hickory, Swamp HickoryJuglandaceae 31
Carya floridanaScrub HickoryJuglandaceae 20
Carya glabraSweet Pignut, Pignut hickory, Broom Hickory, Pignut HickoryJuglandaceaeC. porcina. Juglans glabra.30
Carya glabra megacarpaCoastal Pignut HickoryJuglandaceaeC. megacarpa. Sarg.30
Carya hybridsHybrid and neohybrid hickoriesJuglandaceaeMany. See individual species.43
Carya illinoinensisPecanJuglandaceaeC. pecan. Juglans illinoensis.41
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