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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

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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

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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
apomyxis).

With best regards

David Scherberich

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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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