Re: A REPORT ON THE AROID BEAUTY CONTEST
- Subject: Re: A REPORT ON THE AROID BEAUTY CONTEST
- From: Neil Carroll <email@example.com>
- Date: Tue, 30 Apr 2002 10:23:52 -0500 (CDT)
John, The above link will take you to a picture of one of the clones I
have. The anterior lobes on this p articulary clone are spread far apart.
lobes on this species are not usually so 'open'.
----- Original Message -----
From: "john s smolowe" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
To: "Multiple recipients of list AROID-L" <email@example.com>
Sent: Monday, April 29, 2002 10:12 PM
Subject: Re: A REPORT ON THE AROID BEAUTY CONTEST
> I had not heard of Anthurium peltigerum, but a web search reveals a
> photo which is indeed fine. Does any know a source of it?
> I voted earlier, but looking my Deni Bown "Aroids" book I see 3 other
> pretty aroids, Chlorospatha atropurpurea, Homalomena lindenii,
> Colletogyne perrieri. Does anyone know a source for any of these?
> Also, I did a web search and could not find pictures of the following
> aroids mentioned below: Anthurium rafaelenses and effusilobum or
> Philodendron pastulatum. Anyone know any urls with photos of them?
> John Smolowe
> Menlo Park, CA
> Betsy Feuerstein wrote:
> > Joe, if I must let's go for Anth Peltigerum, Anth Waroquaneum, Anth
> > veitchii the real crinkled form. One cannot complain about any of
> > those, can you? Kidding, it really makes no difference.
> > Betsy
> > Durightmm@aol.com wrote:
> > >
> > >
> > > Just when you think you might know the most popular genera consider
> > > these entries:
> > > Anthuriums rafaelenses and effusilobum. are among the 25+ entries
> > > and Philodendrun erubescense and pastulatum among an equal number
> > > submitted. In the general classification there are many that will
> > > surprise you. So you still have time to get your late entry in .
> > > Responses abroad have been exceptionally promising. You HAVE A
> > > CHANCE so take it, now! .