|Name:||Anthurium rugulosum, Sodiro 1902|
rugolosus = slightly wrinkled
Anthurium rugulosum is endemic to Ecuador in the eastern Andes at elevations of 1100-2800m in moist and wet tropical forest and in high elevation cloud forest.
Anthurium rugulosum must not be kept too warm. The reason is explained by the U.S. American Denis Rotolante, who cultivates many aroids very successfully: "These plants dissimilate more sugar during a warm night than they produce during photosynthesis in daylight. This leads to a lack of stored carbohydrates needed for growth and flowering. This contributes to a lack of vigour and leads to weak, disease-prone plants that do not flower, fruit or thrive"
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