Arums are escaping into natural areas of the National Capital Region. As a reviewer, I've noticed that the majority exhibit the classic white veins associated with Italian arum. A minority lack that venation, and these usually exhibit mottled foliage, but a few are simply green. These might be spotted arum (Arum maculatum). However, spotted Arum isn't actually one species, but more likely belong to five separate taxa (Espíndola et al., 2010). In verifying these observations I'm not sure what is best, to leave them in Arum italicum, to kick them back up to Arum, or to add them to A. maculatum (any advice would be appreciated). While I try to figure this out, I will add aberrant Arums that I come across to this list so that I can revisit them, as needed.

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