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About This Project

Anthurium scandens, the most widely distributed Anthurium species, is considered as a species complex. Nevertheless, the morphological characters traditionally used for taxonomic distinction do not allow a correct identification, being confused with its sister species Anthurium obtusum. In order to give a solution to this problem an anatomical analysis will be carried out. The results will be the basis for ecological and conservation studies of these epiphytic plants.

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