George Ehret's famous Cape Belladonna is labeled "Lilio-Narcissus Americanus Belladona dictus par. bat.", incorrectly identifying it as the plant described and illustrated by Paul Hermann in his Paradisus Batavus (1698). Furthermore, Hermann did not use the name "Lilio-Narcissus". It was Plukenet who altered Hermann's phrase-name from "Lilium Americanum puniceo flore Bella Donna dictum." Plukenet also confused Morison's phrase-name for the Italian Belladonna with Aldini's "Lilionarcissus rubeus indicus", which Ehret recognized as the West Indies Red Lily.
In the 1741 edition of Gardeners Dictionary Sloane's description of the West Indies Red Lily was still associated with the correct plant. Apparently Ehret's painting contributed to the myth that Sloane had collected this plant in Barbados.