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Arum sp


Arums are herbaceous perennial plants, forming a roosette of basal leaves, somewhat in form of arrowhead. The flowers are produced in an inflorescence called spadix, which may be partially enclosed in a spathe or leaf-like hood, whose color depends on species. The flowers are hidden from sight, clustered at the base of the spadix. The fruit is a cluster of bright orange or red berries.


Native to Mediterranean region, this arum fruits were seen growing in shade, in arboretum of Trsteno, Dubrovnik riviera.


These attractive red to orange berries are extremely poisonous, and the entire plant can provoke alergies.

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Lat: 42.71, Long: 17.98

Spotted on Jul 7, 2015
Submitted on Oct 22, 2016


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