The following table shows names of plants and fungi samples that begin with the letters A and B and have a connected article in the MIROFOSS Database. To make searching for articles by name easier; Duplicate entries can be found for certain tables. An example of a duplicate article:
-Black Pine (is found in the A-B table)
-Pine, Black (is found in the O-P table)
-Pinus Rigida (is found in the O-P table)
The icons located next to each name in the table provided basic information about the organic sample found in the article:

-A flower, fungus, or leaf icon shows what type of organic sample the article describes
-A fork and knife icon shows whether the organic sample in the article is known to be edible
-A medical icon shows whether the organic sample has holistic or naturopathic properties
-A hazard icon shows whether the organic sample is toxic, a biohazard, environmental hazard, highly invasive, if the sample is an irritant, or if the organic sample has sharp thorns
-C- -D-
  Campion, Bladder          
        Canada Ginger         Daisy, Peruvian
  Canada Goldenrod         Delosperma Cooperi
        Canadian Columbine          
        Canadian Goldenrod         Devil's Paintbrush
        Canadian Snakeroot         Dingle-Dangle
        Candlemas Bells   Dipsanus Fullonum
        Candlewood Pine         Dogtooth Violet
  Cardinal Flower   Double Bloodroot
  Carolina Spring Beauty         Draper's Teasel
  Caulophyllum Giganteum          
Celandine, Lesser          
    Centaurea Maculosa          
    Centaurea Scabiosa          
  Chichorium Intybus          
        Chigger Flower          
  Cicely, Smooth Sweet          
Cirsium Vulgare          
  Claytonia Carolina          
        Clayton's Sweetroot          
        Clustertop Vervain          
  Cohosh, Blue Giant          
Columbine, Wild          
        Common Columbine          
        Common Jewelweed          
        Common Thistle          
        Cooper's Iceplant          
        Cow Bell          
Creeping Charlie          
    Crown Vetch