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  Re: Unidentified aroids
From: "Eduardo Goncalves" edggon at hotmail.com> on 2000.06.27 at 01:42:37(4932)
Hi Jody,

I agree completely with Don and Dewey. Your Anthurium doesn't seem to
be an Anthurium. I also think it is a Philodendron callosum, a very
interesting plant from Venezuela and Northern Brazil, that usually grows in
exposed patches over white sand soil or rocky outcrops. Just take a close
look at the leaves. If the lateral veins are small and paralel, you probably
have a Philodendron. If they are in a reticulate pattern, you must have a
very neat Anthurium with very glossy leaves! (I don't think so, but you
better check by yourself and let us know).

Best wishes,


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