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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Averrhoa carambolaCarambola, Star FruitOxalidaceaeAverrhoa acutangula Stokes.42
Oxalis acetosellaWood SorrelOxalidaceae 32
Oxalis adenophyllaSauer KleeOxalidaceae 00
Oxalis articulataPink SorrelOxalidaceae 30
Oxalis barrelieriBarrelier's woodsorrelOxalidaceae 20
Oxalis bifida Oxalidaceae 20
Oxalis corniculataYellow Sorrel, Creeping woodsorrelOxalidaceaeO. repens.22
Oxalis corymbosaLilac Oxalis, Pink woodsorrelOxalidaceaeO. martiana.20
Oxalis deppeiIron Cross PlantOxalidaceae 40
Oxalis enneaphyllaScurvy GrassOxalidaceae 20
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