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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Ripogonum scandensSupple JackSmilacaceae 21
Smilax aristolochiifoliaMexican SarsaparillaSmilacaceaeSmilax kerberi F.W.Apt Smilax medica Schltdl. & Cham.24
Smilax asperaSarsaparilla, Rough bindweedSmilacaceaeS. mauritanica. S. nigra.33
Smilax auriculataEarleaf GreenbrierSmilacaceae 22
Smilax bona-noxGreenbriar, Saw greenbrier, Dunes saw greenbrierSmilacaceae 32
Smilax chinaChina RootSmilacaceae 43
Smilax cordifolia Smilacaceae 10
Smilax discotis SmilacaceaeS. china. non DC.10
Smilax febrifugaEcuadorian SarsaparillaSmilacaceaeSmilax purhampuy Ruiz34
Smilax glabratufulingSmilacaceae 23
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