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ContentsPreface xxiTablesPlants Grouped According to their Primary Toxins xxviiPlants Listed by their Primary Clinical Effects xxxvPoisonous Fruits and Seeds of Common Garden Plants xlviiAbrus precatoriusRosary Pea 1Acalypha hispidaChenille plant 3Acer rubrumRed maple 4Achillea miliformeYarrow 6Acokanthera speciesBushman's poison 7Aconitum speciesMonks hood 9Actaea speciesBane Berry 11Adenium speciesDesert rose, mock azalea 12Adonis speciesPheasant's eye 13Aesculus speciesHorse Chestnut 15Agapanthus orientalisAfrican blue lily 17Agave speciesCentury plant 18Aglaonema speciesChinese evergreen 19Albizia julibrissinMimosa tree 20Aleurites speciesTongue nut 22Allamanda catharticaAllamanda 23Allium speciesOnion 24Alocasia speciesElephant's ear 27Aloe speciesAloe 28Amaryllis belladonnaBelladona lily 31Anemone speciesAnemone 32Anthurium speciesFlamingo flower 33Arisaema speciesJack in the pulpit 34Armoracia rusticanaHorse radish 36Arum speciesCalla lily 37Asclepias speciesButterfly weed, milk weed 38Asparagus sprengeriAsparagus 41Atropa belladonnaDeadly nightshade 42Aucuba japonicaAucuba, Japanese laurel 43Baptisia speciesBlue false indigo 44Begonia speciesBegonia 45Blighia sapidaAckee 47Bowiea volubilisClimbing onion, Zulu potato 48Brugmansia speciesAngels trumpet 49Brunfelsia paucifloraYesterday, today and