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Re: Aquatic Spathiphyllum & other aroids

  • Subject: Re: Aquatic Spathiphyllum & other aroids
  • From: "Ron Iles" <roniles@eircom.net>
  • Date: Sun, 26 May 2002 13:52:32 -0500 (CDT)

In Costa Rica, I saw Spathiphyllum in the wild as a wetland plant at La Selva; it was emergent. 
>>>>>>>>>>Thanks!  Please were yjey running or stagnant water?
Unfortunately, when it comes to Spathiphyllum I do not know one species from another.  
It seems even to me that apart from the basic obvious the identities of many species I cannot be sure either until they have flowered & there is a complete revision !!!!  Recently I noticed that even one of the collected S. patinii has leaves seemingly distinct from & even more attractive than that species!  And as for S. "wallisii", S. "clevelandii", S. "Mauna Loa" etc ....?!!!!.

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