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<p>Croatia's versatile plant use traditions are still not sufficiently documented. The aim of this study was to record local traditions of wild food plant use on the Dubrovnik coast. We interviewed 40 inhabitants of 23 villages, mainly knowledgeable informants. On average 19 species were listed, which in total produced an inventory of 95 food plant species (including species whose leaves or inflorescences are used as recreational teas).</p><p>The most commonly collected are: Sonchus oleraceusdoi:10.5586/asbp.2014.029 fatcat:fz5pk4a2q5hidcc3wrmcxgq7gy