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|date of photo Apr 15, 2006
location Gabriola Island (British Columbia, Canada)family Araceaeplant community Swamps, seepage areas, floodplainsnotes Common species; roots were boiled and eaten during times of famine by First Nations; the large leaves were used to line steam pits.photo category: Plant - annual/perennial
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