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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Corchorus capsularisJuteTiliaceae 32
Corchorus olitoriusJew's Mallow, Nalta juteTiliaceae 42
Entelea arborescensCorkwood TreeTiliaceae 00
Grewia biloba parviflora TiliaceaeG. parviflora.10
Grewia oppositifolia TiliaceaeG. optiva. Drummond.20
Tilia americanaAmerican Basswood, Carolina basswood, Basswood, AmericanBasswood, American LindenTiliaceae 33
Tilia amurensis Tiliaceae 31
Tilia carolinianaCarolina BasswoodTiliaceaeT. americana pubescens. T. ashei. T. floridana. T. pubescens.31
Tilia chinensis Tiliaceae 31
Tilia cordataSmall Leaved Lime, Littleleaf lindenTiliaceaeT. microphylla. T. parvifolia. T. ulmifolia.53
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