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Re: Does this Anthurium look familiar?

  • Subject: Re: Does this Anthurium look familiar?
  • From: "Windy Aubrey" <exotics@hawaii.rr.com>
  • Date: Mon, 10 Mar 2008 10:15:25 -1000

First off I would like to thank Adam, Denis, Tom, Marcus and Eduardo for their input.
I received some informative emails privately regarding this plant and I did some investigating.  From this I found out, so far, that this Anthurium in question was originally in the collection of Dorothy Henkle, presumably collected in Brazil.
I have learned that it is in the section Urospadix.  I believe this species is currently being described.  There is another species, Anthurium jureianum, in the Urospadix section that is very similar, except for it's leaf is peltate.
At the time I started this thread our plant did not have a spathe, but since has produced one.
I have attached some additional pictures including the spathe, in hope that these images will confirm an identification.
Thanks again,
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