Submitted by Steve Lucas on July 24, 2006
This plant was taken as a cutting from the original parent plant when we lived in Miami, FL in 1998.
It now has leaves about 4 feet (120 cm) long and 2 feet (60 cm) wide and produces a red infructescence.
At this time, the span is approximately 8 feet (240 cm).
Leaves are quite thick and the plant grows a new leaf in a very symetrical shape about every 3 to 4 months.
I have photographed individual leaves and have created a photo composite of the plant
which is very close to the actual plant in appearance.
Can you assist me in identifying this plant?

This plant was already in the ID Center and it was identified but I do not think it's correct.
Now it bloomed and I'm sending new photos.

ID submitted

2005-10-26 Henry Biantoro  Anthurium reflexinervium

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