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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Athyrium filix-feminaLady Fern, Common ladyfern, Subarctic ladyfern, Asplenium ladyfern, Southern Lady Fern, Tatting FerDryopteridaceaeAsplenium felix-femina12
Athyrium melanolepis Dryopteridaceae 10
Athyrium niponicumPainted Fern, Japanese Silver Painted FernDryopteridaceae 10
Athyrium rubripes DryopteridaceaeA. felix-femina rubripes.10
Athyrium squamigerum Dryopteridaceae 10
Athyrium yokoscense Dryopteridaceae 10
Cyrtomium falcatumHolly Fern, Japanese netvein hollyfern, Japanese HollyDryopteridaceae 01
Cyrtomium fortuneiAsian netvein hollyfernDryopteridaceaeC. falcatum fortunei.02
Cystopteris bulbiferaBerry Bladder Fern, Bulblet bladderfernDryopteridaceae 10
Cystopteris fragilisBrittle Bladder FernDryopteridaceae 11
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