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Re: ID

Dear John,

I think your plant is a Monstera, it could be Monstera pinnatipartita, but it is difficult to be sure without flowers as there are quite a few species with pinnate leaves. Tom Croat could probably confirm this

With best regards,


Le 7 sept. 08 à 23:19, criswick a écrit :

This aroid I have had for decades, but only in its juvenile form.  Now it has emerged into full sun and adulthood.  Could anyone say what it is?  I tend to think it’s a Raphidophora or Epipremnum.  Second picture shows juvenile form.


John Criswick.

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