|Name:||Anthurium rugulosum var. crinitum, Sodiro 1902|
rugulosus = with little warts
Anthurium rugulosum grows hemieiphytically in moist and wet tropical forests and in high altitude cloud forests in the eastern Andes at altitudes of 1100-2800m.
Anthurium rugulosum must not be kept too warm. The reason is explained by U.S. American Denis Rotolante, who cultivates many Aroids very successfully: "These plants may respire and burn more sugars on a warm night than they produce in photosynthesizing in the day light This causes a shortage of stored carbohydrates needed for growth and flowering. This contributes to a lack of vigor and produces weak, disease prone plants which do not flower, fruit or thrive."
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