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A site with lots of neat photos...

I just found the official site of the International Bulb Society and their
gallery of photos, including some aroids.  The site is accessible at
http://www.bulbsociety.com/ (click on All About Bulbs, then Gallery of
Bulbs).  Or go directly to
for no-frames.

Unfortunately, many of the aroid photos are mislabeled, misnamed or both.
All URLS relative to

 - seems to be some kind of Dracunculus.  Can anyone ID that thing?

 - my guess: A.triphyllum)

 - not identified

Anyway, it is a nice site to browse for other geophytic plants.

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