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*Arum italicum P. Miller ssp. italicum . Italian Arum, Lords-and-Ladies. Phen: Apr-May; Jul-Sep. Hab: Suburban woodlands, naturalizing from horticultural use. Dist: Native of Europe and n. Africa. Reported for Fairfax County, VA (Steury 2010).

Origin/Endemic status: Europe

Other Comments: It has a large (> 10 cm long) greenish-white spathe.

Synonymy: = Mo1, NY, Pa, Boyce (1993); = n/a – C, F, RAB; < Arum italicum Mill. – Ar, FNA22, Il, K4

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