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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Passiflora actiniaPassion FlowerPassifloraceae 30
Passiflora antioquiensisBanana PassionfruitPassifloraceaePassiflora antioquiensis var. trisecta H. Karst. Passiflora vanvolxemii (Hook.) Triana & Planch. Tac40
Passiflora caeruleaPassion Flower, Bluecrown passionflower, Blue Passion FlowerPassifloraceae 30
Passiflora edulisPassion Flower, Purple granadillaPassifloraceae 41
Passiflora herbertiana Passifloraceae 20
Passiflora incarnataMaypops - Passion Flower, Purple passionflower, Apricot Vine, Maypop, Wild Passion Flower, Purple PaPassifloraceae 33
Passiflora laurifoliaYellow GranadillaPassifloraceaeGranadilla laurifolia (L.) Medik. Passiflora acuminata DC. Passiflora oblongifolia Pulle Passiflora42
Passiflora ligularisSweet Grenadilla, Passion FlowerPassifloraceaePassiflora serratistipula DC.50
Passiflora membranaceaPassion FlowerPassifloraceae 30
Passiflora mollisimaBanana Passion FruitPassifloraceaeTacsonia mollissima.30
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