Mary Sue Ittner
Fri, 06 Apr 2007 08:04:08 PDT

I'm still trying to finish the thumbnails and consolidate them on pages and 
was working on Arum which I know very little about. Kew has listed Arum 
concinnatum as the accepted name for Arum italicum var. maroratum and Arum 
italicum subvar. marmoratum. Giorgio has added a picture of  plants he 
calls Arum italicum ssp. marmoratum to our wiki.  Since he lives in Italy 
where it grows perhaps the name is uses is accepted in Italy if not by Kew. 
Do any of you Aroid fans have advice about how we should label it on the 
wiki. Thanks.

Mary Sue
 From Kew:
Accepted Name:  Arum concinnatum Schott, Icon. Aroid.: t. 39 (1857).
Family:         Araceae

Homotypic Synonyms:

Arum italicum var. marmoratum (Schott) Nyman, Consp. Fl. Eur.: 755 (1882).

Arum italicum subvar. marmoratum (Schott) Engl., Pflanzenr., IV, 23F: 85 

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