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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Halesia carolinaSilver-Bell Tree, Carolina silverbell, Mountain silverbellStyracaceaeH. carolina.10
Halesia tetrapteraSilverbell or Mountain SilverbellStyracaceaeH. meehanii (Sarg.) Meehan ex Prain. H. stenocarpa K.Koch. H. tetraptera var. carnea Mouill. H. tetraptera f. dialypetala Rehder. H. tetraptera var. glabrescens Lange. H. tetraptera var. grandifolia Lavallée. H. tetraptera var. laevigata Schelle. H. tetraptera var. meehanii Sarg. H. tetraptera var. mollis Lange. H. tetraptera var. rosea Pépin. H. tetraptera f. stenocarpa (K.Koch) Voss. Mohrodendron meehanii (Sarg.) Sudw. Mohrodendron tetraptera (L.) Britton ex Ridgway.20
Pterostyrax corymbosaEpaulette TreeStyracaceaeHalesia corymbosa. (Sieb.&Zucc.)Nichols.10
Styrax japonicaJapanese StoraxStyracaceaeS. serrulata. non Roxb.20
Styrax officinalisStorax TreeStyracaceae 11
Styrax serrulatus Styracaceae 00
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