A very well-known and and loved in horticulture, the gorgeous vevety Anthurium clarinervium Matuda whose sectional status is uknown (previously thought to belong to section Cardiolonchium), is probably endemic to Mexico. It has terete, green or pale red-violet petioles with green speckles. Its leaf-blades are ovate, moderately coriaceous, velvety and dark green. The conspicuous venation is clearly outlined by white or greenish white area around it.
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'.
Name: Anthurium clarinervium Matuda
Type: herbaceous evergreen
Form: Epiphytic chamaephytes
Native Range: Mexico
Habitat: known only from areas with limestone outcrops between the Río Grijalva and Río de la Venta, north of Ocozocoautia dc Espinosa, Chiapas, at 800 to 1,200 m elevation
Height: to 60cm
Sun: Part shade
Tolerate: Semi Shade
Taxon identifiers: PlantList-ID : kew-10810; IPNI plant ID : 15185-2; Tropicos ID : 2101357; NCBI taxonomy ID : 1366135; Global Biodiversity Information Facility ID : 2872501; Encyclopedia of Life ID : 1142257; iNaturalist taxon ID : 276466; WCSPF ID : 10810; Plants of the World online ID : urn:lsid:ipni.org:names:15185-2; IRMNG ID : 11326621; Flowers of India ID : White-Veined Anthurium; World Flora Online ID : wfo-0000223197
Synonyms: No synonyms are recorded