Journal of the International Aroid Society, Inc.
Volume 1, Number 3 (1978); Pages 86-87
Aroid profile no. 2: Anthurium lilacinum
By Michael Madison    
This article available FREE to IAS Members with a PERSONAL login. LOGIN, REGISTER or JOIN


Anthurium lilacinum Dressler, Selbyana 2:300 (1978). Etymology: From the Greek anthas 'flower,' and aura, 'tail,' referring to the resemblance of an anthurium inflorescence to the tail of a mouse· and Latin lilacinus, 'lilac-colored; referring to the spathe and spadi~.


All Images and Text © 1996 to 2018 by the International Aroid Society or by their respective owners as noted.
Please send your comments to Albert Huntington. We now have a Privacy Policy.Last updated: 01 MAR 2016
served by aws-ec2