I.D.`ing Monstera photos.
- Subject: I.D.`ing Monstera photos.
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- Date: Sun, 22 Jun 2008 11:54:42 +0000
> Date: Sat, 21 Jun 2008 15:27:14 +0800
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> Subject: [Aroid-l] What Monstera Is This?
In my opinion, the photos of the leaves could be any of several species of Monstera.
In some of these medium-to-smaller sized Monstera species, there is tremendous variation in the extent/amount of perforation in the leaf blades. Collectors tend to ''lean'' to the more extreme forms with the most perforations. This genus is not my ''strong point'', but I believe you`ll have to send photos of spadix details and close ups of the veination of the leaf, especially around the edges, to receive a valid opinion as to species. I`ll leave the determination to someone more familiar with the genus than I! Perhaps Leland might have an opinion.
> Since we are discussing Monstera, I am curious to know what Monstera
> in the attached images is.
> George Yao
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