Anthurium macrolobum

hort.

This is a cross of A. pedatoradiatum A. clarinervium.
Both species are native to Mexico, but they belong to different sections.



photo © Joep Moonen, taken in French Guyana.
There is an inflorescence in the right upper corner.
Planting hybrids and cultivars in the wild is very unethical,
because they can be taken as new species,
but it might run away from the horticulture as well.

John Banta: Anthurium macrolobum
page created on 2009-04-29
last updated on 2009-04-29