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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Corylus americanaAmerican HazelBetulaceae 31
Corylus avellanaCommon Hazel, Common filbert, European Filbert, Harry Lauder's Walking Stick, Corkscrew Hazel, HazelBetulaceae 52
Corylus avellana pontica BetulaceaeC. colurna. non L. C. pontica.40
Corylus chinensisChinese HazelBetulaceaeC. colurna chinensis.20
Corylus colurnaTurkish Hazel, Chinese hazelnut, Turkish Filbert, Turkish HazelBetulaceae 31
Corylus cornutaBeaked Hazel, California hazelnut, Turkish Filbert, Turkish HazelBetulaceaeC. rostrata.31
Corylus cornuta californicaCalifornia HazelBetulaceaeC. californica. (A.DC.)Sharp. C. rostrata californica.30
Corylus fargesii Betulaceae 20
Corylus feroxHimalayan Hazel, Tibetan hazelnutBetulaceae 20
Corylus heterophyllaSiberian FilbertBetulaceae 31
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