Definitely an Arum...by the flower scape...going to have to research Nano-arum to see what comes up
Mr. Kyle Fletcher Baker, MCN
Maine Zone 5
--- On Thu, 1/20/11, Steve Marak <email@example.com> wrote:
I've seen several web hits today on this topic, all of which seem to wind up at the same text. The articles all call the plant an "arum lily", don't give a genus or other botanical information, say that it was found in the Kimberly region by Matthew Barrett (Perth's Kings Park & Botanic Garden) along with other various new species in that remote area, and that the infloresence smells of burnt electrical wire.