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-Dieffenbachia seguine (Jacq.) Schott - Araceae ​\\ +Dieffenbachia seguine (Jacq.) Schott - Araceae ​dumbcane, **Dieffenbachie**,​ Giftaron, Schweigrohr
-dumbcane, **Dieffenbachie**,​ Giftaron, Schweigrohr+
  
 Evergreen perennial, native to Central America, the Caribbean and South America; leaves large, cultivars and hybrids with various shades of yellow and green and variegated patterns. \\ Evergreen perennial, native to Central America, the Caribbean and South America; leaves large, cultivars and hybrids with various shades of yellow and green and variegated patterns. \\
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 "​Mother-in-law plant (Dieffenbachia seguine) is an ornamental. Chewing dumbcanes (Dieffenbachia spp.) leaves or stems causes immediate pain and swelling in the mouth and throat. In severe cases, speech may become unintelligible,​ hence the name dumbcane. In the past these plants were used as a means of human torture. Family pets have also been poisoned after chewing on dumbcane plant material. The effects are almost instantaneous,​ before the plant material is actually ingested. The plant juices can also cause inflammation and contact dermatitis in some individuals (Arditti and Rodriguez 1982, Lampe and McCann 1985). Mrvos et al. (1990) determined that in many cases where people had contact with broken leaves of dumbcane plants, symptoms occurred within 5 min and were short and of minor consequence. The researchers concluded that concerns regarding oral complications may be exaggerated."​ [[http://​www.cbif.gc.ca/​eng/​species-bank/​canadian-poisonous-plants-information-system/​all-plants-scientific-name/​dieffenbachia-seguine/?​id=1370403266842]] "​Mother-in-law plant (Dieffenbachia seguine) is an ornamental. Chewing dumbcanes (Dieffenbachia spp.) leaves or stems causes immediate pain and swelling in the mouth and throat. In severe cases, speech may become unintelligible,​ hence the name dumbcane. In the past these plants were used as a means of human torture. Family pets have also been poisoned after chewing on dumbcane plant material. The effects are almost instantaneous,​ before the plant material is actually ingested. The plant juices can also cause inflammation and contact dermatitis in some individuals (Arditti and Rodriguez 1982, Lampe and McCann 1985). Mrvos et al. (1990) determined that in many cases where people had contact with broken leaves of dumbcane plants, symptoms occurred within 5 min and were short and of minor consequence. The researchers concluded that concerns regarding oral complications may be exaggerated."​ [[http://​www.cbif.gc.ca/​eng/​species-bank/​canadian-poisonous-plants-information-system/​all-plants-scientific-name/​dieffenbachia-seguine/?​id=1370403266842]]
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 +{{:​dieffenbachia_liturata.jpg?​500}} \\
 +Dieffenbachia seguine var.liturata as Dieffenbachia liturata Schott; \\
 +Schott,​H.W.,​ Icones Aroidearum, t.29 (1857-1860) [J.Oberer] \\
 +[[http://​plantgenera.org/​species.php?​id_species=341152]]
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