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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Juncus acutusSharp Rush, Spiny rush, Leopold's rushJuncaceae 00
Juncus balticusBaltic RushJuncaceae 10
Juncus conglomeratusCommon rushJuncaceae 00
Juncus dudleyiDudley's RushJuncaceae 00
Juncus effususSoft Rush, Common rush, Lamp rush, Pacific rushJuncaceaeJ. communis effusus.12
Juncus inflexusHard Rush, European meadow rushJuncaceaeJ. glaucus. Sibth.00
Juncus procerus Juncaceae 00
Juncus tenuisPoverty RushJuncaceae 01
Luzula capitata Juncaceae 20
Marsippospermum grandiflorum JuncaceaeRostkovia grandiflora.00
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