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Anthurium Pandurilaminum is a species that wasn't formally described yet, but it's widely known by the name Anthurium Bullatus. Even if he goes by two names, none of them is yet officially accepted.
Even so, he strikes and impresses with its shimmery deep green leaves.
He comes from one place and one place only - the Esmeraldas Provence, Lita Santiago, Ecuador, growing at elevations of 150-350 meters.
There is no species record of it. There are some discussions about A. Bullatus being a hybrid of Anthurium Subsignatum and Anthurium Veitchii, with the actual hybrid name being 'Bullatum.' When you see these two species, you can definitely see the similarities between them.
Until the dispute is resolved, we can still enjoy this surprisingly fast-growing gorgeous plant.
When mature, its leaf is getting even more dramatic, with hourglass-shape, with exaggerated top lobes, and the entire leaf has slight ripples.
Anthurium Pandurilaminum / bullatus is very easy to care for and can quickly get used to almost any environment.
He loves medium humidity, low light, and air circulation, making him perfect for growing indoors.