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  IAS Philodendron pic
From: a san juan <kalim1998 at yahoo.com> on 2004.06.06 at 20:00:56(11573)
Hi to all:

Perhaps someone could help point out the name of the
Philodendron (?) depicted in this pic from the IAS
show and sale. Although the images were great, I could
not really make out the caption on the plant.

http://www.aroid.org/show/show_images/show/212_jpg.html

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From: Aroideae at aol.com on 2004.06.07 at 05:17:34(11574)
hello-----i think this is what was always called 'the narrow form' of Phil.
williamsii, but eduardo goncalves has determined that this is not that species
but a new species. i think i have this right. i can't remember the new name
though. hopefully eduardo will see this. julius boos might also remember.

lynn

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From: "Eduardo Goncalves" <edggon at hotmail.com> on 2004.06.07 at 07:44:36(11577)
Hi,

This is a Philodendron stenolobum, as Lynn correctly pointed out. It was
sold as P. williamsii for a long time, but I really don ´t know why, because
they are reeeeeeeeeally different.

Very best wishes,

Eduardo.

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From: "Enid" <enigo at bellsouth.net> on 2004.06.07 at 07:46:10(11578)
Hi everyone,
It is Philodendron Stenolobium

Enid

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From: "Ron Weeks" <rhweeks at attglobal.net> on 2004.06.07 at 08:14:04(11581)
It is the Philodendron stenolobum, formerly known as williamsii.
See Aroideana volume 25.
Hi to all:

Perhaps someone could help point out the name of the
Philodendron (?) depicted in this pic from the IAS
show and sale. Although the images were great, I could
not really make out the caption on the plant.
http://www.aroid.org/show/show_images/show/212_jpg.html

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From: Aroideae at aol.com on 2004.06.07 at 09:24:21(11582)
thanks for the name!----lynn

> Hi everyone,
> It is Philodendron Stenolobium
>
> Enid

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From: a san juan <kalim1998 at yahoo.com> on 2004.06.07 at 09:42:57(11583)
Thank you!

Here is the (translated) reference on it that I could
find:

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