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Anthurium hookeri

Thanks for the input.  Shortly after I published that note Dr. Croat, Julius and Joep Moonen all checked my text and gave additional input.  After close to 10 years of growing specimens I thought to be Anthurium hookeri, (or Anthurium hookerii, as they seem to love to spell it) I am amazed I've never discovered this discrepancy before.  But, even more amazing, is all the information on the internet, and eBay, which continues to show and offer "Anthurium hookeri" with red berries and ruffled leaves.
Steve Lucas
----- Original Message -----
Sent: Saturday, December 08, 2007 4:04 AM
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Anthurium hookeri

 Hello  Steve, 
I know very well David Scherberich because he  determined a lot of  plants for the botanical garden of Nancy. He is an excellent botanist!
We have in culture Anthurium hookeri and it has indeed white berries.
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