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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Rumex abyssinicusSpinach RhubarbPolygonaceae 10
Rumex acetosaSorrel, Garden sorrelPolygonaceaeAcetosa hastulata Raf. Acetosa hastifolia Schur. Acetosa angustata Raf.53
Rumex acetosellaSheeps Sorrel, Common sheep sorrelPolygonaceae 43
Rumex alpinusAlpine Dock, Munk's rhubarbPolygonaceae 42
Rumex angiocarpusCommon sheep sorrelPolygonaceaeRumex acetosella angiocarpus. Murb.10
Rumex aquaticusRed Dock, Western dockPolygonaceae 13
Rumex arcticusArctic DockPolygonaceae 21
Rumex arifoliusMaiden SorrelPolygonaceaeR. montanus.10
Rumex berlandieriamamastlaPolygonaceaeRumex chrysocarpus Moris10
Rumex browniiSwamp DockPolygonaceae 20
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