Behalf Of Denis
Sent: Tuesday, November 30, 2010
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Fw: Aroid
Maybe I am wrong, but I have seen this
expression of characteristics before many times. The folded top lobes of the
leaf, the habit of the plant not quite upright not quite birdnest, the dark colors
on the spadix and spathe. This does
not appear to be an Anthurium species but rather a hybrid of Anthurium watermaliense and a birdâ€™s nest type of the Pachyneurium group.
I am not sure what group that A. watermaliense is supposed to be in but
it has always hybridized with many other Anthurium groups from that Central
American and Mexican Area. Hybrids of watermaliense include the massive Anthurium x Big Splash [watermaliense
x spectabile] or A. watermaliense x podophyllum and watermaliense x clarinervium
as well as A. watermaliense x birdsnest form of the Pachyneurium group.
Sorry, but you will probably not
be able to actually name this particular hybrid as it probably is a
little bastard born without knowing the other random parent in its background.
That is all.
Silver Krome Gardens, Inc
firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of Marek
Sent: Monday, November 29, 2010
To: discussion of aroids
Subject: [Aroid-l] Fw: Aroid ID
I cannot identify this Anthurium, may anyone help.
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href="mailto:Keith.Buttry@obpllc.com" title="Keith.Buttry@obpllc.com">Keith J.
Sent: Monday, November
29, 2010 9:29 PM
Subject: Aroid ID
am looking for help with Identifying the attached Anthurium.
Anthurium is thought to have been purchased in the trade in the last 5-6 years
in South Florida. It is roughly
4.5â€™/ 1.5 meters overall height. The leaves are
~30â€ťX17â€ť/ 76cmX43cm. It may have been sold as A. daguense.
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