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  Anthurium ID help
From: teaket at hughes.net (lwthomas) on 2007.11.03 at 09:51:50(16651)

Dear Aroid List Members;

Could someone help me with the species name of this
Anthurium? It is native to Belize. Photo attached below.

I would appreciate any help.

Best regards, Lou Thomas

Teakettle Enterprises Ltd. or Teakettle Enterprises Ltd.
P. O. Box 177 104 Rogers Drive
Belmopan, BELIZE, Bryant, Arkansas 72022
Central America U. S. A.

- grower & distributor of ornamental plant seeds -
Web Site: http://www.teaket.com

From: aroids at numericable.fr (Scherberich) on 2007.11.04 at 01:16:56(16660)
Dear Lou,

This is Anthurium bakeri, a common species from Central America to
Ecuador. I will probably soon notice the decorative bright red
berries produced systematically without fecondation (wich is called

With best regards

David Scherberich

From: denis at skg.com (Denis Rotolante) on 2007.11.05 at 05:19:46(16667)
It looks like anthurium bakeri.

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