|Name:||Anthurium pinkleyi, Croat & Carlsen 2004|
pinkleyi = Homer V. Pinkley (1938-?), American biologist who, among other things, researched hallucinogenic effects of South American plants.
Terrestrial on the eastern slopes of the Amazon at elevations around 300m near Limoncocha in northern Ecuador in semi-shaded areas.
The type plant was originally found by Michael T. Madison on May 20, 1991, the description by Monica Carlsen and Tom Croat was published on December 20, 2004. Anturium pinkleyi fascinates with its three-lobed leaves on long, erect stems that move like small birds in the wind.
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