Re: Panama Aroid
I have had another person send me a note off list saying the
same thing. I haven't located a list of Philos in the subgenus yet but it helps.
Steve, I'm pretty sure this is not hederaceum or not like any
of the many clones I have had. I haven't had any with a petiole like this
Michael, these are all the same plant although the first
picture does look very much like a Monstera the rest of the plant doesn't look
like any I have seen.
Thanks for the id's Jon and Steve. I forgot that folder
This looks to be a Philodendron in subgen. Pteromischum. THE expert on this
group is Missouri's Mike Grayum.
On Sat, Nov 21, 2009 at 8:10 PM, Harry Witmore <email@example.com>
This plant is being passed around the dart
frog hobby since it makes such a nice small aroid to grow in terrariums. It
was supposedly collected in Panama but I have no other info other than that.
If someone had told me it was from Asia I would say it was a species of
Pothos. Any ideas on the id?
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