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Amelasorbus jackiiJack's amelasorbusRosaceae 20
Malus florentinaHawthorn-leaf crab appleRosaceaeCrataegus florentina. Pyrus crataegifolia. Malosorbus florentina.20
Photinia glabraJapanese Photinia, Red Top, Red Leaf Photinia,RosaceaeCrataegus glabra. Sorbus glabra.11
Sorbus alnifoliaKorean Mountain AshRosaceaeMicromeles alnifolia.10
Sorbus americanaAmerican Mountain AshRosaceaeS. microcarpa.12
Sorbus ariaWhitebeam, Chess-appleRosaceaeAria nivea. Crataegus aria. Pyrus aria.31
Sorbus aucupariaMountain Ash, European mountain ashRosaceaePyrus aucuparia22
Sorbus austriaca Rosaceae 20
Sorbus commixta Rosaceae 10
Sorbus decoraShowy Mountain AshRosaceae 11
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