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Re: [aroid-l] Need Monstera ID

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Need Monstera ID
  • From: dscherberich <dscherberich@wanadoo.fr>
  • Date: Tue, 20 Jul 2004 08:19:09 +0200

Dear Michael,

It looks like Monstera subpinnata, a south american species easily
distinguished from others pinnatifid species by the pinnae slightly
constricted at the base. It makes a superb inflorescence.

With best regards,


RAYMOMATTLA@cs.com a *crit :
> Can anyone help with the ID on this Monstera?  There are some other Monsteras
> and Philos on the site that need IDing as well, if anyone has some spare time
> to look them over.  Thanks and here is the link
> http://www.cloudjungle.dns2go.com/DotNetNuke/Portals/2d08a043-afde-48be-af3a-d
> aae20f90696/Gallery/Monstera/Monstera%20unknown%20on%20new%20wall%20(Small).JP
> G
> Michael Mattlage

David Scherberich
2 rue Valfeniere
69001 Lyon

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