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  Anthurium macdanielii Croat, sp. nov.
From: "Michael Pascall" mpascall at eisa.net.au> on 2000.05.10 at 14:39:18(4561)
This sp. appears to me to be very similar to Anth. willifordii, noticed the
name MacDaniel mentioned in the posting from Betsy,it must have been named
after him.
We recvd Anthurium macdanielii Croat, sp. nov, from David Burnett I think.He
introduced many exotic Aroids into Australia.
Could anyone give me a bit of info. on it please.
The infloresence is so small, I have broken it off while attempting to
pollinate it.

From: Betsytrips at aol.com on 2000.05.10 at 14:59:07(4563)
I said Charlie found the anthurium named Willifordii. Jack Williford was the
first to seed it and he distributed the first out to the public. I did not
say that it was named anything other than 'Willifordii.' As to the
inflorescence being "so small," some are and some are not. It varies on the
same plant. Be gentle and watch, it will seed easily.


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