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Celastrus angulatus CelastraceaeC. latifolius. Hemsl.01
Celastrus dependens CelastraceaeC. paniculatus. Willd.12
Celastrus flagellaris Celastraceae 11
Celastrus orbiculatusOriental BittersweetCelastraceaeC. articulatus. Thunb.12
Celastrus scandensClimbing Bittersweet, American bittersweetCelastraceae 22
Euonymus alatusWinged Spindle Tree, Burningbush, Corky spindletreeCelastraceaeE. striatus.12
Euonymus alatus apterusWinged Spindle TreeCelastraceae 12
Euonymus americanusStrawberry Bush, Bursting-heartCelastraceae 02
Euonymus atropurpureusWahoo- Indian Arrow Wood - Burning Bush, Eastern wahooCelastraceaeEuonymus caroliniensis Marshall. Euonymus latifolius Marshall. Euonymus tristis Salisb.12
Euonymus crenulatus Celastraceae 01
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