Zantedeschia, usually erroneously called Calla or Arum lilies (only when white), they are not a true lily.
It is named after Italian botanist Francesco Zantedeschi.
The Zantedeschia species are very poisonous, capable of killing livestock and children.
All parts of the plant are toxic, and produce irritation and swelling of the mouth and throat, acute vomiting and diarrhea.
All species are endemic to southern Africa.

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