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Alocasia fornicata is a plant species of many-nerved, broad-leaved, rhizomatous or tuberous perennials from the family Araceae, native to Indochina and to the Indian Subcontinent. It characteristically grows 2' - 3 ' in height with slightly pink petiole, triangular wide shaped leaves and a horizontally growing stolon. The plant's spadix is collected and cooked in North East India, Mizoram and Tripura where the plant is known locally as Baibing. It is a much favored seasonal vegetable.