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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Calandrinia balonensis Portulacaceae 20
Calandrinia ciliataRedmaids, Fringed redmaidsPortulacaceaeC. caulescens. H.B.K.20
Calandrinia ciliata menziesiiRedmaidsPortulacaceaeC. menziesii. Torr.&Gray.20
Calandrinia polyandraParakeelyaPortulacaceae 20
Calandrinia remota Portulacaceae 20
Claytonia acutifoliaBering Sea Spring BeautyPortulacaceae 30
Claytonia carolinianaBroad-Leaved Spring Beauty, Carolina springbeautyPortulacaceae 30
Claytonia exiguaPale Spring Beauty, Serpentine springbeautyPortulacaceaeClaytonia exigua.20
Claytonia lanceolataLanceleaf Spring Beauty, Idaho springbeauty, Pacific springbeauty, Peirson's springbeautyPortulacaceaeC. multiscapa.30
Claytonia megarhizaAlpine Spring BeautyPortulacaceae 30
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