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From: "Jay Vannini" interbnk at terra.com.gt> on 2000.11.29 at 04:18:22(5715)

Indeed, my understanding of these plants is that they CAN generate viable
seed without manual fertilization. I am aware of at least two Anthurium spp.
that often generate seed thusly - A. clarinervium & A. papillilaminum.
Surely, there are many more.

With regard to Claude Sweet's comment - it is worth noting that both of
these Anthuriums have been utilized by aroid hybridizers for some time, and
that the former species is suspected of being one of the parents of A.
leuconeurum. I have manually pollinated both of the above, and have
generated viable seed either way.



From: Lewandjim at aol.com on 2000.11.29 at 14:53:06(5719)
In a message dated 11/28/2000 11:19:20 PM Eastern Standard Time,
interbnk@terra.com.gt writes:

<< Indeed, my understanding of these plants is that they CAN generate viable

From: "Keith Rogers" kerogers at lm.net.au> on 2000.11.29 at 14:53:36(5720)
Hi Guys

Thanks for the replies

In my plant collection I have an A. andrianum and a few of its cvs of
various colors. Also another unnamed one which grows quite large leaves to
4 ft with a brownish spathe. Don't suppose it is that easy to id it, I think
there is one similar in the Sydney BG.

One would presume these seeds would be available in Australia, any

Kindest regards

Keith Rogers

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