mine looks similar to the second picture. It’s close to the creek. Wasn’t aware that it was considered invasive. I’m certainly not planning to eat it.
Found some additional information, will need to take a closer look to see exactly what I have:
Wild taro may be confused with other plants in Florida that have large arrowhead-shaped leaf blades, such as the nonnative elephant ear (Xanthosoma sagittifolium) and the native arums (Peltandra spp.). Only taro has leaf stalks attached to the back of the leaf blade.