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Re: Unidentified aroids

Can't help you with the others...  but, your unidentified Anthurium looks
like Philodendron callosum to me...  But, like Denis Miller says....  "I
could be wrong....."

>Dear aroiders,
>I have posted some photos of three unidentified aroids on my website: one
>Amorphophallus, one Arisaema, and one Anthurium. I have also posted a photo
>of my Anthurium pedato-radiatum if any of you are interested in seeing it.
>Your assistance in identifying these plants will be greatly appreciated.
>Jody Haynes
>Corresponding Secretary, Editor & Webmaster
>Palm & Cycad Societies of Florida (PACSOF)
>  Virtual Palm & Cycad Encyclopedias
>  Website: <http://www.plantapalm.com>
>              &
>Seedbank Facilitator, Webmaster & List Owner
>Azafady Madagascar Seedbank
>  Website: <http://www.azafady.org>
>  E-mail List: <madagascarseed@egroups.com>

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