|Name:||Anturium friedrichsthalii, Schott 1855|
Anthurium gracile var. friedrichsthalii, (Schott), Engl. 1898
friedrichsthal = Emanuel von Friedrichsthal (* January 12, 1809 Urschitz near Brno; † March 13, 1842 in Vienna) was a k.u.k. Austrian travel writer and pioneer of the photographic expedition to Central America. His official botanical author abbreviation is "Friedr."
|Origin:||Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Guatemala, Honduras, Nicaragua, Panamá|
epiphytic on trees in dense forests, often near river courses, from sea level to 1700m.
Distinctive overhanging inflorescences with small linear spatha that quickly wither and turn brown, brownish spadix, and pale yellow-orange berries that are broader toward the axis and conspicuously depressed at the base.
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