Native to the southern Mexico and Panama, this species is currently unplaced sectionally.
Although it is superficially similar to the members of the section Cardiolonchium (A. crystallinum or A. magnificum),
it is closer related to A. berriozabalense that belongs to the section Belolonchium.
photo (1) © John Criswick
| The IAS: A. clarinervium|
The Anthurium Primer: A. clarinervium
Lester Kallus: A. clarinervium
Steve Lucas: Anthurium clarinervium
| Tropicos: Anthurium clarinervium|
CATE Araceae: Anthurium clarinervium