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Philodendron attenuatum

With Dr. Kaufmann's assistance, I've published the information I've uncovered regarding Philodendron attenuatum which I had thought was Philodendron corrugatum.  I'd love to have more detailed info so if you can add anything please let me know.  Any top quality photos of adult specimens would be much appreciated and I'll gladly credit you for your work.
As you'll read, I really need additional information directly from Dr. Croat.  Tom, if you can read this, you don't know how much you are missed when you are away!
Thanks again for the feedback!
Steve Lucas
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