Anthurium magnificum crystallinum

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The parent species, A. magnificum and A. crystallinum are very closely related and hard to distinguish from each other.
Creating such crosses is an absurd and makes a big mess.



Juvenile leaves are similar to A. crystallinum, because they are elongated. In this photo they are 20 cm long.
photo © Mark Ferdschneider
An adult plant with 90 cm long leaves. The petioles are flattened at one side.
photo (1-2) © Enid Offolter
Forest Treasures: Anthurium magnificum crystallinum, photo 2
page created on 2013-01-18
last updated on 2013-01-18