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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Euryale feroxFoxnut, EuryaleNymphaeaceae 32
Nuphar advenaCommon Spatterdock, Yellow pond-lily, Varigated yellow pond-lilyNymphaeaceaeN. lutea advena. (Ait.)Kartesz.&Gandhi.32
Nuphar japonicum Nymphaeaceae 31
Nuphar luteaYellow Water Lily, Yellow pond-lily, Rocky Mountain pond-lily, Varigated yellow pond-lilyNymphaeaceaeNymphaea lutea.32
Nuphar polysepalaSpatterdock, Rocky Mountain pond-lilyNymphaeaceaeN. lutea polysepala. (Engelm.)E.O.Beal.31
Nuphar pumilaYellow pond-lilyNymphaeaceaeN. minima.31
Nymphaea albaWhite Water Lily, European white waterlilyNymphaeaceaeN. occidentalis. Castalia alba. C. speciosa.32
Nymphaea candida Nymphaeaceae 22
Nymphaea odorataFragrant Water Lily, American white waterlilyNymphaeaceae 33
Nymphaea tetragonaPygmy Water LilyNymphaeaceae 20
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