Republic of Slovenia
スロベニア共和国

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Number of matched data : 146 / Number of edible data : 118 / Number of medicinal data : 28
Species NamePurposeReference
Agaricus amboensis
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Agaricus arvensis
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Agaricus bitorquis
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Agaricus campestris
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Agaricus campestris
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Agaricus macrocarpus
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Agaricus silvicola
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Albatrellus pes-caprae
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Allium roseum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Amanita caesarea
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Amanita rubescens
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Amanita rubescens
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Araucaria unedo
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Arisarum vulgare
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Armillaria melllea
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Arum italicum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Asparagus acutifolius
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Asparagus aphyllus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Asphodeline lutea
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Astragalus boeticus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Astragalus hamosus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Atriplex halimus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Boletus aestivalis
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Boletus edulis
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Boletus erythropus
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Bos taurus
edibleDepartment for Environment Food & Rural Affairs,Farming Statistics, Provisional crop areas, yields and livestock populations (2014)
Brassica cretica
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Bunias erucago
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Calocybe gambosa
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Calvatia utriformis
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Cantharellus cibarius
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Cantharellus cibarius
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Capparis spinosa
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Carassius carassius
edibleFAO Fishery Statistics (2006)
Carlina acanthifolia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Centaurea chamaerhaponticum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Centaurea pygmaea
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Ceratonia siliqua
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Cercis siliquastrum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Clematis flammula
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Coetinarius praestans
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Coetinarius saturatus
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Collybia dryophila
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Coprinus comatus
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Coprinus comatus
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Craterellus cornucopioides
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Ctenopharyngodon idellus
edibleFAO Fishery Statistics (2006)
Cucumis longipes
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Cuminum cyminum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Cynara cardunculus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Cyprinus carpio
edibleFAO Fishery Statistics (2006)
Dicentrarchus labrax
edibleFAO Fishery Statistics (2006)
Eruca sativa
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Eryngium maritimum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Fedia comucopiae
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Foeniculum ornus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Galactites tomentosa
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Glaucium flavum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Hydnum repandum
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Hygrophorus punicea
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Hypholoma fasciculare
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Hypophythalmichthys molitrix
edibleFAO Fishery Statistics (2006)
Inula crithmoides
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Iris sisyrinchium
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Laccaria amethystina
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Lactarius deliciosus
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Lactarius piperatus
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Lactarius torminosus
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Lactarius vellereus
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Lathyrus ochrus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Laurus nobilis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Lavandula spica
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Lavandula vera
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Leccinum griseum
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Leccinum scabrum
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Leccinum scabrum
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Leccinum testaceoscabrum
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Lotus edulis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Lotus tetragonolobus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Lupinus albus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Lupinus hirsutus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Lupinus luteus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Lycium europaeum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Lycoperdon perlatum
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Macrolepiota procera
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Macrolepiota procera
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Macrolepiota rhacodes
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Matthiola incana
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Medicago scutellata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Melanoleuca evenosa
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Melissa officinalis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Morchella esculenta
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Muscari racemosum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Mytilus galloprovincialis
edibleFAO Fishery Statistics (2006)
Nigella arvensis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Nigella damascena
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Oenanthe pimpinelloides
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Olea europaea
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Oncorhynchus mykiss
edibleFAO Fishery Statistics (2006)
Onobrychis crista-galli
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Orchis longicruris
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Origanum heracleoticum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Ovis aries
edibleDepartment for Environment Food & Rural Affairs,Farming Statistics, Provisional crop areas, yields and livestock populations (2014)
Papaver somniferum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Phillyrea latifolia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Phytolacca decandra
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Picridium vulgare
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Pistacia atlantica
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Pistacia terebinthus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Pistacia vera
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Plantago coronopus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Pleurotus ostreatus
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Prunus prostrata
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Pyrus cydonia
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Quercus coccifera
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Quercus ilex
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Raphanus sativus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Reseda phyteuma
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Rhus coriaria
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Russula cyanoxantha
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Russula cyanoxantha
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Russula vesca
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Ruta graveolens
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Salicornia herbacea
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Salvia officinalis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Salvia sclarea
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Sarcodon imbricatum
medicinalJournal of Environmental Science and Health,Part C,26
3,256-299.(2008) by Jerzy Falandysz
Scandix pecten-veneris
edibleA. Liopa-Tsakalidi, Australian J. Crop Science,8,(2014),103-108
Scolymus hispanicus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Scolymus maculatus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Solanum tuberosum
edibleINTERNATIONAL YEAR OF THE POTATO 2008 New light on a hidden treasure,(2009)ISBN978-92-5-306142-8
Sonchus tenerrimus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Sorghum vulgare
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Sparus aurata
edibleFAO Fishery Statistics (2006)
Specularia speculum
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Theligonum cynocrambe
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Tragopogon crocifolius
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Tragopogon porrifolius
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Tricholoma portentosum
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Typha elephantina
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Vicia monantha
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Vicia narbonensis
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Xerocomus badius
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Xerocomus subtomentosus
edibleE. Boa, Wild edible fungi, A global overview of their use and importance to people, Non-wood Forest Products 17, Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nation (2004) ISBN 92-5-105157-7
Zizyphus lotus
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine
Zizyphus sativa
edibleU. P. Hedrick, Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, (1919), The Southwest School of Botanical Medicine