A. maculatum: tuberous; leaves ovately halberd-shaped or almost arrow-shaped, entire, often purple-spotted; spathe obliquely campanulate, pale-green, contracted above the base, the limb tapering to a point, the upper club-shaped naked part of the purplish or yellowish spadix only visible; berries bright red. - Cuckow-pint, Wake-robin, or Lords-and-Ladies. - Hedge-banks, and groves. Fl. May.