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Re: [aroid-l] Anthurium ID needed

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Anthurium ID needed
  • From: dscherberich dscherberich@wanadoo.fr
  • Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2002 22:56:22 +0200

It is difficult to say without having the plant at hand but I would say
it looks rather like Anthurium jenmanii. It would help to know something
about the origin of the plant.


Krzysztof Kozminski a *crit :
> A fellow on another list I'm on is wondering about the identity of his
> Anthurium.  The photos are at this URL:
>         http://www.charlies-web.com/caudiciform/contentsunk.html
> Can anyone identify this thing?  So far, one guess is A. salviniae.
> KK
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David Scherberich

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