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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Carya aquaticaWater HickoryJuglandaceaeJuglans aquatica.10
Carya glabraSweet Pignut, Pignut hickory, Broom Hickory, Pignut HickoryJuglandaceaeC. porcina. Juglans glabra.30
Carya illinoinensisPecanJuglandaceaeC. pecan. Juglans illinoensis.41
Carya laciniosaShellbark HickoryJuglandaceaeC. sulcata. Juglans laciniosa.31
Carya ovalisSweet PignutJuglandaceaeC. microcarpa. Nutt. pro parte. Juglans ovalis.30
Carya ovataShagbark HickoryJuglandaceaeC. alba. (L.)Nutt. non Koch. Juglans ovata.31
Carya tomentosaMockernut,White Heart Hickory, Mockernut HickoryJuglandaceaeC. alba. non Nutt. Juglans tomentosa.31
Juglans ailanthifoliaJapanese WalnutJuglandaceaeJ. allardiana. J. correctata. J. lavellei. J. mirabunda. J. sachalinense. J. sieboldiana. non Goeppe31
Juglans ailanthifolia cordiformisHeartseed WalnutJuglandaceae 41
Juglans californicaCalifornia Walnut, Southern California walnutJuglandaceae 21
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