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- Arisarum vulgare, common name the friar's cowl or larus, is an herbaceous, perennial, with an underground rhizome plant in the genus Arisarum belonging...
- Arisarum is a genus of flowering plants in the family Araceae. It is native to the Mediterranean region, east to the Caucasus and west to Macaronesia....
- Arum Species: A. itali**** Binomial name Arum itali**** Mill. Synonyms Arum maculatum var. itali**** (Mill.) O.Targ.Tozz. Arisarum itali**** (Mill.) Raf....
- Arisarum simorrhinum is species of flowering plant of the family Araceae. It is native to the western Mediterranean Basin (Iberian Peninsula and northwest...
- Triplachne Vella The genera Aubrieta, Sesamoides, Cynara, Dracunculus, Arisarum and Biarum are nearly endemic. Among the endemic species prominent in the...
- Anubias Schott Apoballis Schott Aridarum Ridl. Ariopsis Nimmo Arisaema Mart. Arisarum Mill. Arophyton Jum. Arum L. Asterostigma Fisch. & C. A. Mey. Bakoa P.C...
-  maculatum Binomial name Arum maculatum L. Synonyms Arum vernale Salisb. Arisarum maculatum (L.) Raf. Arum vulgare Lam. Arum pyrenaeum Dufour Arum immaculatum...
- (prickly poppy) Argyranthemum Argyreia Argyroderma Ariocarpus Arisaema Arisarum Aristea Aristolochia Aristotelia Armeria Armoracia Arnebia Arnica Aronia...
- Mediterranean genera found on Rhodes are: Aubrieta Sesamoides Cynara Dracunculus Arisarum Biarum More widespread in South-east Europe and Asia Minor plants include...
- lords-and-ladies Arum itali**** Dragon arum Dracunculus vulgaris * Mousetailplant Arisarum proboscideum * Greater duckweed Spirodela polyrhiza Fat duckweed Lemna...