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Re: Anthurium Identification


My suggestion on this Anthurium would be A. formosum...  However, the owner
says that it has a brown spathe....  A. formosum is more in the pink
hue.....
Dewey

>There is a site that has a beautiful anthurium that I would like to know
>what the Id is on it.  If anyone would like to please let me know what it is
>I would appreciate it.
>See it here and it is half the way down under species #3
>http://www.tropicalgardensofmaui.com/other_than_orchids.html#anchor
>Thank you,
>
>Lucy Sampson
>kukui@flash.net
>San Antonio

Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
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