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From: Durightmm at aol.com on 2002.04.27 at 21:13:50(8663)
Just when you think you might know the most popular genera consider these entries:
Anthuriums rafaelenses and effusilobum. are among the 25+ entries and Philodendrun erubescense and pastulatum among an equal number submitted. In the general classification there are many that will surprise you. So you still have time to get your late entry in . Responses abroad have been exceptionally promising. You HAVE A CHANCE so take it, now! .

From: Betsy Feuerstein ecuador at midsouth.rr.com> on 2002.04.29 at 15:06:44(8675)
Joe, if I must let's go for Anth Peltigerum, Anth Waroquaneum, Anth veitchii
the real crinkled form. One cannot complain about any of those, can you?
Kidding, it really makes no difference.
From: "john s. smolowe" johnsmolowe at pacbell.net> on 2002.04.29 at 20:12:47(8678)
I had not heard of Anthurium peltigerum, but a web search reveals a
photo which is indeed fine. Does any know a source of it?

I voted earlier, but looking my Deni Bown "Aroids" book I see 3 other
pretty aroids, Chlorospatha atropurpurea, Homalomena lindenii,
Colletogyne perrieri. Does anyone know a source for any of these?

Also, I did a web search and could not find pictures of the following
aroids mentioned below: Anthurium rafaelenses and effusilobum or
Philodendron pastulatum. Anyone know any urls with photos of them?

John Smolowe

From: Neil Carroll zzamia at hargray.com> on 2002.04.30 at 08:23:52(8680)

John, The above link will take you to a picture of one of the clones I
have. The anterior lobes on this p articulary clone are spread far apart.
lobes on this species are not usually so 'open'.

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