Anthurium arisaemoides

A wonderful, bullate-leaved, rare Anthurium arisaemoides Madison belongs to the Dactyllophyllium Section and is a herbaceous evergreen plant. It has  terete or obtusely D-shaped or flattened petioles, and trisect leaf blades which are light green to dark green and very conspicuously bullate and subcoriaceous.

 

The genus name Anthurium is derived from Greek ánthos "flower" + ourá "tail" + New Latin -ium -ium . A very  literal translation of this would be 'flowering tail'.

Anthurium arisaemoides

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  • Name: Anthurium arisaemoides Madison
    Type: herbaceous evergreen
    Form:  Epiphytic chamaephytes
    Family: Araceae
    Native Range: Ecuador to W. Bolivia
    Zone: 10-12
    Habitat: tropical moist forest and tropical wet forest life zones,forest understory in soil  or tree bases in moss
    Height: 30-150cm
    Spread: 45-60cm
    Sun: Part shade
    Water: Medium
    Maintenance: Medium
    Leaf: Evergreen
    Tolerate: Semi Shade

    Taxon identifiers: PlantList-ID : kew-10662; IPNI plant ID : 15101-;2 Tropicos ID : 2105380; Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID : 2873190; Encyclopedia of Life ID : 1142397; WCSPF ID : 10662; Plants of the World online ID : urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:15101-2; IRMNG ID : 11035884; World Flora Online ID : wfo-0000221652

    Synonyms: No synonyms recorded