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From: "Agoston Janos" <agoston.janos at citromail.hu> on 2006.12.15 at 11:26:27(14945)
Hi All,

The following links will lead to nice aroids. Please help to
identify the species and varieties where the name is missing if you have
time.

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From: Tom Vincze <philofan at philodendron.org> on 2006.12.15 at 21:41:58(14947)
Hi Jani,The unknown philodendron is p. bipennifolium.Regards,Tom Vincze Hi All, The following links will lead to nice aroids. Please help to identify the species and varieties where the name is missing if you have time. Have a nice weekend all of you! http://viraghagymasz.hu/gazlap/Acorus_calamus.JPG http://viraghagymasz.hu/gazlap/Aglaonema_hybr.JPG http://viraghagymasz.hu/gazlap/Aglaonema_modestrum.JPG http://viraghagymasz.hu/gazlap/Arum_italicum.JPG http://viraghagymasz.hu/gazlap/Arum_italicum_cut.JPG http://viraghagymasz.hu/gazlap/Arum_italicum1.JPG http://viraghagymasz.hu/gazlap/Diffenbachia_hybr.JPG http://viraghagymasz.hu/gazlap/Dracunculus_vulgaris30.JPG http://viraghagymasz.hu/gazlap/Philodendron_erubescens.JPG http://viraghagymasz.hu/gazlap/Philodendron_unknown.JPG http://viraghagymasz.hu/gazlap/Typhonium_giganteum4.JPG Enjoy the pictures! Bye, Jani Z5a _______________________________________________Aroid-l mailing listAroid-l@gizmoworks.comhttp:/
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From: <abri1973 at wp.pl> on 2006.12.16 at 09:21:13(14948)
So,

Acorus calamus is not an aroid
(Acoraceae)

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From: "Agoston Janos" <agoston.janos at citromail.hu> on 2006.12.16 at 12:39:28(14949)
Hi Marek!

Thanx 4 the info. In the Uni we have learned Acourus in
Araceae, and on the Dep. Floriculture and Dendrology we learned Agl. as
modesrtum, but now I can correct the namings...

Did you received my private mails, because I have some error
messages from your mailbox...

Bye,

Jani

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From: <abri1973 at wp.pl> on 2006.12.17 at 12:00:51(14954)
Hi Jani,

I didn't receive any private mail from you. I'll
try to send something to you from my mailbox.
And Acorus in 1997 was mover from Araceae to its
own family.

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From: "Tom Croat" <Thomas.Croat at mobot.org> on 2006.12.18 at 16:16:51(14965)
Dear Jani:

The Phil. Unknown. Second to
last is P. bipennifolium

‘Tom

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From: "criswick" <criswick at spiceisle.com> on 2008.09.07 at 14:19:50(18466)

This aroid I have had for decades, but only in itsjuvenile form. Now it has emerged into full sun and adulthood. Could anyone say what it is? I tend to think it’s a Raphidophora orEpipremnum. Second picture shows juvenile form.

John Criswick.

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From: "Sherry Gates" <TheTropix at msn.com> on 2008.09.09 at 08:02:35(18472)
Hi John,

The pics look like the Rhaphidophora decussiva I have.

Sherry

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From: "Christopher Rogers" <crogers at ecoanalysts.com> on 2008.09.09 at 08:25:40(18473)

Hi, John!

Your plant looks a lot like a cutting I have (see attached picture) of a
plant at the University collection. It is IDd as a Rhaphidiphora. The
university plant has bloomed in the past, but I did not get a picture.

Any help in an ID would be appreciated!

Happy days,

Christopher

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From: "Sherry Gates" <TheTropix at msn.com> on 2008.09.09 at 21:17:41(18474)
oops I meant R. decursiva. sorry

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From: Sherry Gates

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From: "Sherry Gates" <TheTropix at msn.com> on 2008.09.09 at 22:22:32(18476)
Hi Chris,

Yep, that's Rhaphidophora decursiva.

Sherry

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From: "criswick" <criswick at spiceisle.com> on 2008.09.10 at 05:07:21(18481)
Thanks very much Sherry. John.

From:aroid-l-bounces@gizmoworks.com [mailto:aroid-l-bounces@gizmoworks.com] On Behalf Of Sherry Gates
Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 200811:03 AM
To: Discussion of aroids
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] ID

HiJohn,

The picslook like the Rhaphidophora decussiva I have.

Sherry

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From: "criswick" <criswick at spiceisle.com> on 2008.09.10 at 05:11:32(18482)
Hi Christopher,

Thanks verymuch for the picture. However I think it recalls Raphidophora decursiva, whichI also have. I must compare your picture with it. John.

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From: "criswick" <criswick at spiceisle.com> on 2008.09.10 at 05:21:31(18483)

Thank you very much Conrad.

I also felt you might be able to identify HarryWhitmore's anthurium. It puts me in mind of one growing on Dominica, or isit A. cordata?

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From: "criswick" <criswick at spiceisle.com> on 2008.09.10 at 05:24:11(18484)
At first I wasdistracted by your spelling of “decursiva” but in fact I do alsohave R. decursiva and the plant I showed differs from it. Thank you very muchanyway. John.

From:aroid-l-bounces@gizmoworks.com [mailto:aroid-l-bounces@gizmoworks.com] On Behalf Of Sherry Gates
Sent: Tuesday, September 09, 200811:03 AM
To: Discussion of aroids
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] ID

HiJohn,

The picslook like the Rhaphidophora decussiva I have.

Sherry

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From: "criswick" <criswick at spiceisle.com> on 2008.09.10 at 05:30:28(18485)

Dear Helmut,

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From: "Christopher Rogers" <crogers at ecoanalysts.com> on 2008.09.10 at 08:27:29(18488)
Thanks!

D. Christopher Rogers

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From: "Christopher Rogers" <crogers at ecoanalysts.com> on 2008.09.10 at 12:30:46(18493)
Thanks!

D. Christopher Rogers

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From: Scherberich <aroids at numericable.fr> on 2008.09.10 at 12:38:28(18494)
Dear John,

I think your plant is a Monstera, it could be Monstera pinnatipartita, but it is difficult to be sure without flowers as there are quite a few species with pinnate leaves. Tom Croat could probably confirm this

With best regards,

David

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From: RAYMOMATTLA at cs.com on 2008.09.10 at 18:46:57(18496)
It's hard to say but It looks a little like one Im growing called Monstera dissecta, although there are several Monstera and Rhaphidophora which have similar looking leaf blades. Maybe Pete or Tom could comment?

Thanks,

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From: Conrad Fleming <conradfleming at yahoo.com> on 2008.09.10 at 20:00:50(18497)
Dear John,

I haven't seen Harry's Anthurium, so I cannot say for sure. Where was it collected? Anthurium cordatum is restricted, so far as I know, to the Virgin Islands, both U.S. and British. As you go down the Antillean chain from Antigua southward, you run into A. grandifolium. At somewhat higher, cooler elevations, there is A. guildingii. There is a smaller plant from Guadeloupe, called A. isertianum, which has very similar venation to A. guildingii, but the leaves are much smaller and matte but not glaucous on the reverse. Tom Croat has mentioned A. howardii from Dominica and A. gravesonii from St. Lucia, but I have never been able to get locality data from him. I would very much have liked to collect and grow and distribute these. At one time, years ago, I was collaborating with him on a paper treating the West Indian cordate-leaved Anthuriums. I thouight we had reached a pretty good understanding of the matter, but to the best of my knowledge, the
paper has never been published and the project has quietly died.

By the way, are you familiar with a vining Anthurium from the eastern Caribbean, with pedate leaves, called, appropriately enough, Anthurium pedatum? I vaguely recall seeing it in your nursery years ago.

All the best, my friend.

Conrad

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From: santoury at aol.com on 2010.09.04 at 15:53:15(21380)
Hi all
Just checking - what does everybody have for sale at this point?

This forum seems profoundly quiet - I figure everybody is baking in this heat, as I am.

Any input on my weird amorphophallus bulb would be great.

I also picked up a NoID Shismatoglottis a couple days ago - no picture yet - but it seems distinct - dark green leaves, but with subdued silver blotches (not bright at all) - and burgundy petioles. Any idea? (Leaves are just like an Aglaonema, but softer.

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