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Flamingo Flower
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Anthurium andraeanum


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Anthurium Genus
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Flamingo Lily, Heart Flower


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Comment: Flamingo Flower, Anthurium andraeanum

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Chris2002
Chris2002
March 31, 2010
Anthurium (Anthurium andreaenum)

Known as the "heart of Hawaii" the various cultivars of the anthurium family are of the longest lasting tropical flowers in arrangements, and can last up to 2 1 2 weeks. The original anthurium was brought to Hawaii by an English missionary, Samuel Damon, in 1889 from Colombia.
"Vematode populations: Populations of R.

citrophilus (Tylenchida: Pratylenchidae)

were obtained from established carrot disc

cultures of populations originally isolated

from infested Anthurium andreaenum L.

collected in Hawaii and from infested Citrus

autrantium collected in Florida. Populations

were previously characterized by

karyotype, mating behavior, isozyme patterns,

and morphometrics (10). Nematodes

were transferred from carrot discs and

maintained aseptically on Zea mays cv. Iowa

Chief root explants on Gamborg's B-5

medium (Grand Island Biological Co.,

Grand Island, NY) (11).

One population ofR. similis was obtained

from established carrot disc cultures originally

isolated from iVlusa sp. in Florida.

This population had been previously characterized

by the same methods described

above. An unknown population of Radopholus

sp. was obtained from Puerto Rico

and isolated from infested banana roots,

Musa sp. (Jesse Roman, pers. comm.). This

population was established in carrot disc

culture, transferred to corn root explants,

and maintained as described for the above

populations. It was characterized by chromosome

numbers as described by Huettel

and Dickson (5).

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