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Re: [Aroid-l] Anthurium on Aroideana

Hi all,

Attached is a photograph I took a few years ago of a plant labelled A. marmoratum in a botanical gardens in Stockholm, Sweden, it was an astoundingly beautiful plant and the leaves from memory were about 3 feet long. It was in flower as can be seen at the left. I always thought it was the equal if not even better than A. waroqueanum.

Geoffrey Kibby

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On 5 Jul 2007, at 22:08, Brian Williams wrote:

Ahh this is a beautiful Anthurium. I remember lusting after it years ago. I tracked it down that Dorothy donated the plant to a botanical garden in California possibly the huntington botanical garden and that it soon died in their care. The track just ended their I am not sure if she gave pieces to anyone or if she kept any for herself. It was thought it could be mormoratum or costatum. I have never seen either this large though.

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