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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Amelanchier lamarckiiApple ServiceberryRosaceaeA. canadensis. non (L.)Medik. A. botryapium. A. grandiflora. Franco. non Rehd. Crataegus racemosa50
Amelanchier ovalisSnowy Mespilus, Dwarf Garden ServiceberryRosaceaeA. rotundifolia. (Lam.)Dum-Cours. A. vulgaris. Crataegus rotundifolia. Mespilus amelanchier.20
Amelanchier spicata RosaceaeA, ovalis. non Med. Crataegus spicata.30
Crataegus acclivis Rosaceae 42
Crataegus aestivalisEastern Mayhaw, May hawthorn, Mayhaw, Apple HawthornRosaceae 32
Crataegus altaicaAltai Mountain ThornRosaceaeC. purpurea altaica.32
Crataegus anomalaArnold hawthornRosaceae 32
Crataegus apiifoliaParsley-Leaved HawthornRosaceaeC. marshallii. Egglest.22
Crataegus aprica Rosaceae 32
Crataegus armena Rosaceae 22
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