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From: mossytrail at hctc.com (mossytrail) on 2008.07.04 at 01:26:18(18065)|
> dawned on me this morning I left out the part about
> Monstera deliciosa having been the first plant featured on
> a cover of Aroideana, so I've got a little more work to
So, is this yet another example of "Chaos in Monstera
names"? According to the caption, that cover features "An
aroid laden tree in Chiapas, Mexico, with Monstera
acuminata, Philodendron scandens, and Philodendron
From: lbmkjm at yahoo.com (brian lee) on 2008.07.07 at 02:12:03(18094)|
I took a quick look at the cover of the first Aroidiana online and did not see Monstera deliciosa...so perhaps the caption is correct...but I am not familiar with Monstera acuminata, so unless I can check the description and herbarium sheet of a vouchered specimen..I could not verify this species. I would trust Michael Madison...Monstera acuminata K.Koch is an accepted name according to Kew. Monstera acuminata is very beautiful as I look at the photo. I'll check if we grow it here in Hawaii somewhere. The table of contents mentions an aroid profile of Monstera deliciosa, so perhaps this is where that memory popped in. I do not believe there is chaos in this case.
--- On Thu, 7/3/08, mossytrail wrote:
> From: mossytrail
> Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Mosterar deliciosa
> To: aroid-l at gizmoworks.com
> Date: Thursday, July 3, 2008, 3:26 PM
> > dawned on me this morning I left out the part about
> > Monstera deliciosa having been the first plant
> featured on
> > a cover of Aroideana, so I've got a little more
> work to
> > do!
> So, is this yet another example of "Chaos in Monstera
> names"? According to the caption, that cover features
> aroid laden tree in Chiapas, Mexico, with Monstera
> acuminata, Philodendron scandens, and Philodendron
> Jason Hernandez
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