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[aroid-l] aroid ID help

  • Subject: [aroid-l] aroid ID help
  • From: E Sch cydonia451@yahoo.com
  • Date: Thu, 18 Dec 2003 06:31:03 -0800 (PST)

Can anyone help ID these aroids? 




Pics 925 & 926 are possibly a Epipremnum. 


#927, Anthurium?


#ís  928 & 929 are Philodendron corcovadense, I think. They are a small, self-heading Philodendron and have survived temperatures near 20F (Dec. 1989). When a leaf is cut or damaged it has the same odor as P. bipinnatifidum (selloum).


#ís 930, 931, and 932, Philodendron x wilsonii? A giant climber that survives temps in the mid 20ís, hardiness seems similar to Monstera deliciosa. 932 is an unopened inflorescence.


#936 Philodendron ???


#939 Philodendron ???


Thanks for any help,


Eric Schmidt

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