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masaki's anthuriums

In a message dated 8/6/2000 2:01:13 PM Eastern Daylight Time, 
edggon@hotmail.com writes:

>  The plant No.2 is positively an Anthurium acutum N.E.Br., from 
>  Southeastern and Southern Brazil (states of Santa Catarina, Parana and Sao 
>  Paulo). It is a very delicate species, that I only could find in montane 
>  forests. It is a beauty, indee

ok the page seems to be working now...  i'm not an expert but no.1 kinda 
looks like bakeri????  except bakeri it's not from brazil and the 
inflorescence looks different too.

tsuh yang chen, nyc, USA

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