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Arisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott
Herbarium:Tennessee Technological University Herbarium (HTTU)Herbarium's Specimen Details Page
Family:Araceae
Currently Accepted Name:Arisaema triphyllum (L.) Schott
Herbarium Name Used:Arisaema triphyllum
Locality:United States. Tennessee. Sevier: Clabo Hollow road. Go east on the road until you come to a gravel road on the right, the plant is located in a moist woodlot behind the house. Latitude: 35.46 Longitude: -83.31. Elevation: 1033 feet.
Description:Found in rich moist wood next to a large oak tree. Perennial arising from a corm. The stem is 1 to 2 ft. tall at flowering and topped with one or two compound leaves. The fruit is a cluster of bright red berries. This plant is common and is found throughout Tennessee in rich woodlots. 
Habitat:Found in rich moist wood next to a large oak tree. Perennial arising from a corm. The stem is 1 to 2 ft. tall at flowering and topped with one or two compound leaves. The fruit is a cluster of bright red berries. This plant is common and is found throughout Tennessee in rich woodlots.
Collector:Aaron Price, Jake Headrick 46
Date:17 April 2015
Accession No:HTTU008522

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