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Mark Billiau.


World Member, region Antwerp, Belgium

Bog Arum

Bog arum (also known as marsh calla, wild calla and water-arum) is a very poisonous water plant whose natural habitat exists of swamps, ditches and shores of muddy lakes, which makes it difficult to photograph.

The flowering period extends from may to august.

Pretty rare in Belgium.

Dutch name : Slangenwortel
German name : Drachenwurz (auch Sumpf-Calla, Schlangenwurz, Schlangenkraut, Sumpf-Schlangenwurz oder Schweinsohr genannt)
Latin name : Calla palustris

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