Hello, Ferenc and Marek,
Your plant looks a lot like one that I have that I got
from the local university called “Syngonium chiapasense”. See the attached
photo (resized smaller). It also bleeds white. However, I cannot find the name
on TROPICOS or MOBOT or in any literature on the genus.
I am very interested to learn the correct name of this
very fast growing species. I will start researching S.
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Sent: Wednesday, April 22, 2009 12:38 AM
Discussion of aroids
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Philodendron "SCHÖNBRUNNER
Firt of all I'm terribly sorry for loading the list with
such a big mail. I haven't realized its size, I
just added the attachments one after the other without
reducing their size. Next time I will
take care of it.
Thank you for all the answers. Yes, it has a white sap
when cut. So it must be the juvenile
form of a Syngonium sp., possibly S.
The unknown plant on the aroid webpage mentioned by
Marek Argent is very similar,
however, it has a shiny surface while the upper surface
of the leaves of my plant is slightly
If anybody is interested in the attached pics, I have
reduced their size and put them on the
Internet. Here are the links:
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