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Anthurium ochranthum, Anthurium

Anthurium ochranthum

Family: Araceae
Origin: Central America
Small shrub 2-5 ftShadeSemi-shadeRegular water

Anthurium ochranthum is most commonly in tropical wet forest but also in wetter parts of tropical moist forest and in premontane wet and premontane rain forest. The species is is recognized by its terrestrial habit, bright yellow, long-tapered spadix, violet-purple and white berries, and the leaf blades that have the anterior lobe sometimes concave along the margins.

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Anthurium ochranthum, Anthurium
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