scale bar = 1cm.
Arum Lily- introduced (*Zantedeschia aethiopica)
Occurrence: Rare locally. It is a weed of wetter areas e.g. gullies.
Native to southern Africa.
- the fleshy leaves are shaped like an arrow head
- the flower is a yellow spike
- the central flower is surrounded by a white-coloured floral leaf; this looks like a large petal.
Photos 1: Arum Lily colonising a gully. 2: The central yellow flower is surrounded by a white funnel-shaped leaf. Both: South Australia.