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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Allocasuarina littoralisBlack She Oak, Bull Oak, WayetuckCasuarinaceaeCasuarina littoralis Salisb. Casuarina suberosa Otto.&Dietr.10
Casuarina cristataBelahCasuarinaceaeC. lepidophylla.00
Casuarina cunninghamianaRiver She-OakCasuarinaceae 00
Casuarina equisetifoliaShe Oak, Common Ru, Australian Pine, Horsetail CasuarinaCasuarinaceaeCasuarina africana Lour. Casuarina brunoniana Miq. Casuarina excelsa Dehnh. ex Miq. Casuarina indica12
Casuarina glaucaSwamp Oak, Gray sheoakCasuarinaceae 10
Casuarina littoralisShe Oak, Black she-oakCasuarinaceaeC. suberosa. Otto.&Dietr.00
Casuarina oligodonShe-oak, kiluCasuarinaceaeNone known00
Casuarina torulosaForest OakCasuarinaceaeAllocasuarina torulosa.00
Casuarina verticillataDrooping she-oakCasuarinaceaeC. stricta. Ait. Allocasuarina verticillata.00
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