Re: Anthurium antioquiense
- Subject: Re: Anthurium antioquiense
- From: "Tom Croat" <Thomas.Croat@mobot.org>
- Date: Mon, 22 Feb 2010 21:06:27 -0600
Dear Steve: The Croat & Whitehill paper is published. 2007. A New Subsection of Anthurium
Section Calomystrium (Araceae) and Five New Species from Colombia and Ecuador. Aroideana 30: 23–37.
[with J. Whitehill & E. D. Yates]
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Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Anthurium
From Tom's The
Sectional Groupings of Anthurium (Araceae)
The paper is available on the IAS site www.Aroid.org
"Anthurium antioquiense Engl., A.
amnicola Dressler and others once believed to be members of of section
Porphyrochitonium have proven to be members of sect. Calomystrium but warrant
recognition as a distinct series, ser. Rupicola Croat (Croat &
Whitehill, in prep.). This small group of riparian species differ in having
more or less lanceolate leaves. Also included in this series are A.
antrophyoides Killip, A. sytsmae Croat, A. rupicola Croat and two undescribed
species from South America, A. werfii and A.
Marek Argent wrote:
What section does Anthurium antioquiense
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