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Another ID please...

Posted by classicform 5B Mich. (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 4, 09 at 9:19

Noticed this the other day...I've been pulling GM for the last few years in the area. Can someone tell me what it is?

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RE: Another ID please...

Looks like the seed-head of a Arisaema, likely A. triphyllum if this is a natural area. It could also be Arum, but definitely something from the Araceae family.


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RE: Another ID please...

Thanks, it's in the same area as the pics in the thread below.

Here is a link that might be useful: pics


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RE: Another ID please...

I googled a couple of your suggestions...looks like you nailed it:) (see link) Thanks again.

Here is a link that might be useful: ID solved


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RE: Another ID please...

Could you help ID this wild plant?
the bush is very open and
> about 4 to 5 ft high--it is so pretty--not real showy but vert unusual
> flower/pod==the orange center looks like seed
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