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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Agrostemma githagoCorncockle, Common corncockleCaryophyllaceaeGithago segetum. Lychnis githago.11
Arenaria serpyllifoliaThyme-Leaf SandwortCaryophyllaceae 22
Cerastium arvenseField Mouse-Ear Chickweed, Field chickweedCaryophyllaceae 01
Cerastium fontanumChickweed, Common mouse-ear chickweed, Big chickweedCaryophyllaceae 20
Cerastium furcatum Caryophyllaceae 20
Cerastium holosteoidesCommon Mouse-Ear ChickweedCaryophyllaceaeC. triviale. Link.20
Cerastium semidecandrumLittle Mouse-Ear Chickweed, Fivestamen chickweedCaryophyllaceae 20
Cerastium viscosumsticky chickweedCaryophyllaceaeCerastium glomeratum Thuill. var. apetalum (Dumort.) Fenzl21
Corrigiola littoralisStrapwortCaryophyllaceae 11
Cucubalus bacciferBerry-Bearing CatchflyCaryophyllaceae 11
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