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  Philodendron ID
From: Brian Williams pugturd at alltel.net> on 2005.02.16 at 13:10:33(12705)
Well I have been going through the website and I see a lot of unknown
aroids so the plan is to slowly post pictures of no name aroids and see
if we can get some good IDs for them. This first philo which I have
gotten from two different sources has long leaves with a bit whitish
veins. The stems are not round but almost flat with some red streaking.
Any idea what this species name might be?? THANKS I will post more up soon.

http://www.cloudjungle.dns2go.com/DotNetNuke/DesktopDefault.aspx?&tabidG&path=Araceae/Philodendron/Long%20Leaves%20Flat%20Petioles

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From: "Arthur, Brian, Sean Myers" amyers1 at supernet.com> on 2005.04.25 at 22:54:23(12884)
Hi all,
Any idea what species this is? The leaves dont get much larger than in
the pics (maybe 5 inches or so)and it is a true vining species. I'm not
100% sure it is a philo as it might be an amydrium. Got it from a rare
plant grower 2 years ago and he lost the original tag for it and has so
many plants he generally cant keep them straight.

Thanks,
Sean

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From: Tom philofan at philodendron.org> on 2005.04.26 at 08:46:08(12887)
It looks to me like p. mayoii.

Tom Vincze

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From: hermine hermine at endangeredspecies.com> on 2005.04.26 at 14:06:54(12889)
At 08:46 AM 4/26/05, Tom wrote:
It looks to me like p.
mayoii.
Tom Vincze
Hi all,
Any idea what species this is? The leaves dont get much larger
than
in the pics (maybe 5 inches or so)and it is a true vining species.
I'm
not 100% sure it is a philo as it might be an
amydrium.
It looks like something I got called amydrium, but nobody was betting on
the name at the time. I would sho nuff like to git me a piece o
this!
hermine

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From: "Arthur, Brian, Sean Myers" amyers1 at supernet.com> on 2005.04.26 at 15:36:38(12890)
Hi tom,
do you know of any pics on the web? Sorry only working with a 79 edition
of tropica(looking for an 84 edition of exotica)

Sean

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From: Tom philofan at philodendron.org> on 2005.04.27 at 08:31:45(12892)
Hi Sean,

I do not know of any on the web other than Brian Williams' web page
that has photos of it (I purchased my plant from him last year so he
may be able to confirm the ID) I have seen this item mislabelled often
since then, some calling it 'tropical fingers' and p. radiatum which it
obviously is not. I have a few photos of mine but are not online yet,
but they do look like the plant in your photos.

Regards,
Tom

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