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Latin NameCommon NameFamilySynonymsEdibility RatingMedicinal Rating
Aphananthe aspera UlmaceaeCeltis muka. Homoioceltis aspera. Prunus aspera.10
Celtis boninensis Ulmaceae 20
Celtis bungeanaBunge's hackberryUlmaceaeC. davidiana.20
Celtis caucasicaCaucasian hackberryUlmaceae 20
Celtis glycycarpa Ulmaceae 20
Celtis jessoensis Ulmaceae 20
Celtis koraiensis Ulmaceae 20
Celtis laevigataSugarberry, Netleaf hackberry, Texan sugarberry, Sugar HackberryUlmaceaeC. integrifolia. C. mississippiensis.21
Celtis laveillei Ulmaceae 20
Celtis lindheimeriPalo Blanco, Lindheimer's hackberryUlmaceaeC. helleri. Sm.20
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