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Re: philodendron tenue

Dear Don
In Tom Croat's Revision of Subgen Philodendron (on the IAS website) he has
reduced 3 species to synonomy under P.tenue. These are P ecuadorense, P.gracile
and P.sodiroanum. Trust this helps.
Neil Crafter
Adelaide Australia

Don Bittel wrote:

> to all,
>     I have a plant that looks identical to the picture of Philo. tenue that
> was labeled P. ecuadoriense (hort.) when I bought it from GW in Ohio. Does
> anyone know if this is a synonym? Betsy, do you know?
> Thanks,
> Don Bittel

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