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  Anthurium watermaliense
From: Mr Eric Schmidt <leu242 at yahoo.com> on 2004.06.02 at 13:50:37(11551)
Anthurium watermaliense, the "Black Anthurium" is
flowering now. It has turned out to be a hardier
Anthurium and has tolerated temperatures down to 27F
(under tree canopy) along with nearby Taccas.

http://f2.pg.photos.yahoo.com/ph/leuaroid/detail?.dir=/Aroids&.dnm50.jpg

Eric Schmidt

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From: Don Martinson llmen at wi.rr.com> on 2005.01.24 at 19:25:49(12611)
To what section of Anthurium does Anthurium watermaliense belong?

At
http://www.aroid.org/genera/Anthurium/pachyneurinum/watermal.html ,
it states that it is in the Section Pachyneurium,

While at
http://www.aroid.org/genera/Anthurium/pachyneurinum/watermaliense.htm
(note slight difference in URL address), it states that it is the
Section Belolonchium

Also, does anyone know if A. watermaliense can hybridize with A.
andraeanum (Section Calomystrium)?

Thanks,

--
Don Martinson

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From: "Abrimaal Svartvinter" abrimaal at o2.pl> on 2005.01.25 at 04:32:18(12615)
The newest research indicate that it's in Pachyneurium

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From: Aroideae at aol.com on 2005.01.25 at 05:29:35(12616)
A watermaliense is in section Pachyneurium.

lynn
To what

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From: Thomas.Croat at mobot.org on 2005.01.25 at 08:12:58(12618)
Title: RE: [Aroid-l] Anthurium watermaliense

Dear Don: I have placed this in Section Pachyneurium, owing to its involute vernation but it is an unusual member of that group for sure. I have often wondered if it might not be itself of hybrid origen.

Tom

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From: Don Martinson llmen at wi.rr.com> on 2005.01.25 at 19:57:18(12619)
Title: RE: [Aroid-l] Anthurium
watermaliense

Dear Don: I have
placed this in Section Pachyneurium, owing to its involute vernation
but it is an unusual member of that group for sure. I have
often wondered if it might not be itself of hybrid origen.

Tom

Dear Tom,

Yes, I see that now when comparing the leaf with those on my A.
halmoorei (the only Pachyneurium I have). Very interesting, I
never would have guessed by the rest of the plant habit.

Thank you.

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Don Martinson

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From: Thomas.Croat at mobot.org on 2005.01.26 at 13:29:06(12622)
Title: RE: [Aroid-l] Anthurium watermaliense

Don:
There are about a half dozen of these cordate odd balls, standlyi, schottii,

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From: Don Martinson <LLmen at wi.rr.com> on 2009.09.20 at 15:05:49(20057)

Here is a photo of what I grow as Anthurium watermaliense. Grown from seed obtained via NYBG. Thanks to......

Don Martinson

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