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Biarum The leaves of "Biarum" can be similar to grass or even oval. Their corms are spherical and the plants as a whole tend to be small. Many "Biarum" are quite similar in appearance to "Arums." To flower "Biarum" required a dry rest period during summer. Their inflorescence tend to grow close to the ground and produce an extremely intense and unpleasant odor. The fruits produced tend to be camouflaged so as to resemble stones. It's not entirely known how they are dispersed, but one idea is that they have evolved to avoid seed dispersal since doing so in such inhospitable environments might not be conducive to its reproduction.
Biarum Biarum is a genus of flowering plants in the Araceae family. It is composed of plants that are native to the Middle East, southern Europe (Spain, Portugal, Italy, Balkans), and North Africa. "Biarum" are often found growing in rock crevices and graveled soil composed largely of limestone.
Peter Hadland Davis The plant taxa "Biarum davisii", "Symphytum davisii", "Atriplex davisii", "Vicia davisii", "Fritillaria davisii", "Papaver davisii" and "Alopecurus davisii" are named after him.
Eminium Eminium is a genus of flowering plants in the Araceae family. The genus ranges from Turkey and Egypt east to Central Asia. Usually they can be found growing in barren areas in sand or stony soil. The foliage of "Eminium" resembles "Helicodiceros" and its inflorescence and fruit resembles those of "Biarum."
Natural history of Rhodes Among the Mediterranean endemic species prominent in the Rhodes vegetation are the Aleppo pine, stone pine, Mediterranean cypress, bay laurel, Oriental sweetgum, holm oak, kermes oak, strawberry tree, Greek strawberry tree, mastic, terebinth, common myrtle, oleander, "Acanthus mollis", "Vitex agnus-castus", "Valerianella coronata". Nearly endemic to the Mediterranean genera found on Rhodes are "Aubrieta", "Sesamoides", "Cynara", "Dracunculus", "Arisarum" and "Biarum".
Orto Botanico dell'Università di Camerino Other specimens include "Aceras anthropophorum", "Achillea barrelieri", "Achillea oxyloba", "Aquilegia magellensis", "Arctostaphylos uva-ursi", "Aubrieta columnae", "Biarum tenuifolium", "Centaurea scannensis", "Centaurea tenoreana", "Cistus creticus", "Cistus monspeliensis", "Cistus salviifolius", "Cymbalaria pallida", "Drypis spinosa", "Edraianthus graminifolius", "Ferula glauca", "Festuca dimorpha", "Gagea granatelli", "Galium magellense", "Leontopodium alpinum", "Ophrys carbonifera", "Ophrys sphegodes", "Orchis morio", "Orchis pauciflora", "Ranunculus magellensis", "Romulea bulbocodium", "Romulea columnae", "Saponaria bellidifolia", "Saxifraga porophylla", "Sideritis italica", "Soldanella alpina", "Soldanella minima", and "Viola eugeniae".
Mediterranean Basin The genera "Aubrieta", "Sesamoides", "Cynara", "Dracunculus", "Arisarum" and "Biarum" are nearly endemic. Among the endemic species prominent in the Mediterranean vegetation are the Aleppo pine, stone pine, Mediterranean cypress, bay laurel, Oriental sweetgum, holm oak, kermes oak, strawberry tree, Greek strawberry tree, mastic, terebinth, common myrtle, oleander, "Acanthus mollis" and "Vitex agnus-castus". Moreover, many plant taxa are shared with one of the four neighboring floristic regions only. According to different versions of Armen Takhtajan's delineation, the Mediterranean Region is further subdivided into seven to nine floristic provinces: Southwestern Mediterranean (or Southern Moroccan and Southwestern Mediterranean), Ibero-Balearian (or Iberian and Balearian), Liguro-Tyrrhenian, Adriatic, East Mediterranean, South Mediterranean and Crimeo-Novorossiysk.