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Re: Apomicts

Hi Guys

Thanks for the replies

In my plant collection I have an A. andrianum and a few of its cvs of
various colors.  Also another unnamed one which grows quite large leaves to
4 ft with a brownish spathe. Don't suppose it is that easy to id it, I think
there is one similar in the Sydney BG.

One would presume these seeds would be available in Australia, any

Kindest regards

Keith Rogers

Mannum South Australia

> Keith:
> Indeed, my understanding of these plants is that they CAN generate viable
> seed without manual fertilization. I am aware of at least two Anthurium
> that often generate seed thusly - A. clarinervium & A. papillilaminum.
> Surely, there are many more.
> With regard to Claude Sweet's comment - it is worth noting that both of
> these Anthuriums have been utilized by aroid hybridizers for some time,
> that the former species is suspected of being one of the parents of A.
> leuconeurum. I have manually pollinated both of the above, and have
> generated viable seed either way.
> Regards,
> Jay

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