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|Subtypes (subspecies, varieties, subvarieties, forms)
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|First published in
|Selbyana 5: 323 (1981)
Description TopSuggest a correction or write a new one!
Anthurium dwyeri is a unique plant species found in Costa Rica and the Chocó Department of Colombia. It is named after botanist Dr John D. Dwyer and belongs to the section Porphyrochitonium. As an epiphyte, it grows on other plants and is characterized by its distinct leathery, oblong to elliptical leaves that can reach up to 40 centimeters in length. This plant has no known close relatives and is easily recognizable by its triangular stems.
No known synonyms.
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- Costa Rica
Western South America
- Central America
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