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  Anthurium pedatum
From: Thomas.Croat at mobot.org on 2003.11.03 at 09:50:40(10771)
Aroiders:

This species occurs on both slopes of the Western Cordillera in
Colombia. I have lost the plant and would like to replace it. I have tried
several people in Florida who did have it in the past. If anyone has this
plant and wants to do a swap of sale let me know. If you are not familiar
with this species it was once called Anthurium elegans. It has a deeply
lobed blade with many divisions.

Tom

From: Plantman521 at aol.com on 2003.11.03 at 19:33:55(10772)
Tom,
Wasn't there an Anthurium pedatum in the aroid banquet auction that was
about 5 feet tall, with several seedpods?
Aren't the divisions of the leaf free to the base, and not joined
together? If so, I think I still have this one growing.

Don Bittel

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