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  ANTHURIUM chamberlaini
From: araceae at earthlink.net on 2002.02.04 at 19:08:30(8177)
Title: ANTHURIUM chamberlaini

Joe.
I was also very fortunate to get this species several years ago.

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From: Durightmm at aol.com on 2002.02.05 at 08:14:02(8179)
Dewey, I am glad to know there are others about. Do you recall your source? It is strange to me that such a beauty is not mentioned more. I no longer make crosses of anturiums but see A. chambrtlaini as an excellant parent. As Julius suggests I also wonder if it is synonymous with A. andreaenum. Considering the numerous varieties and hybrids of A. andreaenum it has been suggested it no longer resembles the original as described . Tom can you help here? Joe

From: "Ronald h Kessler" ronlene at worldnet.att.net> on 2002.02.05 at 08:14:26(8180)
Title: ANTHURIUM chamberlaini

Hi Dewey, Please keep me in mind when they are
ready. I'm in Delray Beach, Florida. My little private botanical garden is
expanding with unusual botanicals, bonsai, palms, orchids and of course
aroids! Ron

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From: "Ron Iles" roniles at eircom.net> on 2002.02.05 at 11:46:35(8181)
Title: ANTHURIUM chamberlaini

Hi,
Dewey!

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From: Tom Croat Thomas.Croat at mobot.org> on 2002.02.06 at 11:59:01(8184)
Title: ANTHURIUM chamberlaini

Dewey
& Joe:

I don't know of any Venezuelan
species that fits A. chamberlainii but since it is purportedly Venezuelan it is
possible that what I have been calling A. chamberalainii from Narino in Colombia
is another, probably new species. I will have another look at my
material.

Tom

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From: Durightmm at aol.com on 2002.02.06 at 12:29:56(8185)
In a private email Tom Croat states the this is a poorly known species which be believes is in section Belolonchium and has no similarity to A. andeaenum which is in section Calomystrium.. By the way according to a CROAT WALKER paper on spelling A, andreaenum it should be andreaenum vs andreanum.. I thank Tom for his commeents about A. chamberlaini..

From: "julius boos" ju-bo at msn.com> on 2002.02.06 at 13:31:19(8186)
Dear Joe and
Dewey,

Sounds like you two guys need to
pool your resources and try for seed of this obviously rare and desirable
plant! I have never seen it!

Julius

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From: Durightmm at aol.com on 2002.02.06 at 18:33:41(8187)
If you are capable of making a dna comparison test and want to male a comparison I will gladly send material for it as I am sure Dewey. J

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