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Re: Meconastigma philodendrons

  • Subject: Re: Meconastigma philodendrons
  • From: brian lee <lbmkjm@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Mon, 21 Jan 2008 21:00:23 -0800 (PST)

Dear Brian.

Aloha.  What a great service you have done by posting
this wealth of visual information.

Is there any way that you can post the original
information on the photos?  You mention that these are
seedlings grown from a Brazilian source...what were
the original identifications associated with seeds? 
This may have no bearing on the final assessment, but
it would be valuable information to track.  Just from
a quick look at your Meconostigma file, it appears
that you have many photos of a hybrid swarm.  At any
rate, some of these plants are highly ornamental, and
I commend you for growing all of these forms out. 
What a process that must be.  I must say that it takes
individual interest and industry to keep up the
volume.  Congratulations.

Is there a specific procedure to post comments on the
photos, or does one have to sign up with Flickr first?
 I highly recommend that anyone interested in the
subgenus Meconostigma take a look at Brian's photos. 
These illustrate the great diversity of plants out
there.  The plants illustrated may not represent many
species, but each one has a variation that is

Brian, have you labeled each of these clones as
individuals?  It may be advisable so we can track what
is going on here.  Each plant needs to be associated
to the photo and to the original identification from
Brazil.  Put a unique accession number that stays with
the plant or each vegetative propagation of it.  Any
comments can be tracked to that plant and we can get a
handle on identifications or parentage.

If you can photo the stems and the intravaginal
squamules of the plants associated with the leaves,
this will be important.



--- Brian Williams <pugturd@alltel.net> wrote:

>   I just uploaded a lot of photos to my flickr
> account of meconastigma 
> type philodendrons in the hope that some can be
> properly IDed. I have a 
> lot of them in sets under the names they had listed
> on the tags. I will 
> change any information if the experts think it is
> incorrect or if they 
> have more information.  I plan to put more info with
> each photo in the 
> future but if their is a certain photo you would
> like to know more about 
> feel free to let me know. You can leave comments
> under the photo or send 
> a link back to aroid-l of the plant so I can make
> the proper changes if 
> needed. 
>  I have most of the seedlings out of Brazil in a set
> to help put better 
> IDs on them.
> Here is the link to the photos
> http://flickr.com/photos/15931937@N07/
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