Re: What the heck is going on here?
- Subject: Re: What the heck is going on here?
- From: "Windy Aubrey" <email@example.com>
- Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2008 10:04:56 -1000
I will do as Julius has suggested and will perform a dissection to see
what's going on.
Externally they look like claws upside down. Almost like a tiny spathe
without a spadix.
No, I don't use hormones on any of our plants.
It now has three inflorescences displaying these 'things'. I'll pull one or
two off of each spadix and see if there is any further development in the
older ones. Their is no seed capsule present.
I do not know if this plant was Tissue Culture or seed grown, but chances
are it is a TC.
If I don't see anything when I cut it open tonight, I will prepare an entire
inflorescences in alcohol and send it on.
I'll also try to photograph what I see up close. I'll post those images so
everyone can take a good look at it too.
Maybe Denis or Bill can also weigh in if they have seen it before in their
What fun these plants are!
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Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] What the heck is going on here?
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>> Date: Thu, 24 Apr 2008 11:08:17 -1000
>> Subject: [Aroid-l] What the heck is going on here?
> Dear Windy,
> Nice mystery! Try removing one or two of these structures and, using a
> strong hand lense, dissect them carefully using an exacto knife. Try to
> determine what their origin may be, if they may mutated flowers, or maybe
> mutated fruit/ seeds?
> Have you sprayed any hormone liquids near to this plant?? Is it a newly
> purchased specimen??
> If you can find no answer when you dissect, I`d place the whole spadix in
> alcohol and see if Tom Croat or any other taxonomist wants to or will take
> a look and try to determine the origin of these abnormal structures.
> They may just be an artifact of a hybrid birds nest-type Anthurium.
> Maybe Denis or Bill Rotalante has seen these on other plants??
> Good Growing,
>> Hi Friends,
>> I have never seen this happen before on an Anthurium inflorescences'
>> If you know, please clue me in.
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