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more to cross breed

I have pollinated the following. A.watermalenses and an Anthurium 
cruspamarqinatum. Also I have all the following that look to have blooms 
coming up. Anthurium lewellynii,Anthurium clarinervium, 
Anthuriumcordatum/Vetchii, Anthurium upalaense and Anthurium hookeri 
(ruffles) this has several blooms.
 I have already put pollen from the Anthurium cruspamarqinatum. Which has two 
blooms on to the A.watermalenses? It looks like it is sticking to the spadix 
good. I hopefully it will make seeds. I would like to know what would look or 
cross pollinate the easiest out of the list? I would think an Anthurium 
clarinervium and Anthuriumcordatum/Vetchii hybrid would be interesting to 
see. Would love any comments or information on this THANKS

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