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Re: [Aroid-l] Meconostigma pics and P. bipinnatifidum info

  • Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Meconostigma pics and P. bipinnatifidum info
  • From: George Yao gcyao@mydestiny.net
  • Date: Sat, 09 Jul 2005 20:22:32 +0800


I saw one in a hotel lobby in Korea a few months ago. I took pictures but was having problems with my new Sony T3 digital camera, so they were not so good. If you want to see, I can send to you. They are 1.4 meg in size.

George Yao

At 7/8/2005 11:18 PM, you wrote:
Hi all:

I am wondering whether some people can help.

I am in the process of compiling good pics of the tree
Philodendrons (Philodendron subgenus Meconostigma),
and especially unusual pics and pics of P.
selloum/bipinnatifidum cultivated around the world,
for the website:


If you have any such high-res pics that I can post
that would be great. All copyrights would remain with
you, a copyright notice would be included, and a link
back to your site can be added.

I was surprised to find that P. bipinnatifidum is now
cultivated around the world (even in Japan, Philppines
and Taiwan!) and would love to get pics of these or at
least have a listing of where they are cultivated
beyond the Americas.

Does anyone know the history of how this species
(complex of species) was spread? Who are the main
suppliers? When was it first cultivated beyond Brazil?
Is there a resource to find this out?

You can email me at kalim1998 (at) yahoo.com


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