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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Ribes aciculare GrossulariaceaeGrossularia aciculare. (Small.)Spach.30
Ribes alpinumAlpine CurrantGrossulariaceae 30
Ribes altissimum GrossulariaceaeR. petraeum altissimum. (Turcz.)Jancz.30
Ribes ambiguum Grossulariaceae 20
Ribes americanumAmerican BlackcurrantGrossulariaceaeR. floridum.21
Ribes aureumGolden CurrantGrossulariaceaeR. tenuiflorum.41
Ribes bracteosumStink CurrantGrossulariaceae 21
Ribes burejenseBureja gooseberry,GrossulariaceaeGrossularia burejensis. (Fr. Schmidt.)A.Berg.40
Ribes californicumHillside GooseberryGrossulariaceaeGrossularia californica. (Hook.&Arn.)Cav.&Brit.20
Ribes cereumWax CurrantGrossulariaceae 21
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