Native to Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Nicaragua, and Panamá at elevations from 400 to 1,700 m or rarely lower in very wet areas.
For most botanists working with Central America and northern South America, the true identity of anthurium cuspidatum was always quite uncertain. The type of unknown origin but purported to be from South America did not fit well with most Central American specimens.
He's an epiphyte or terrestrial, depending on the environment. He likes medium light and humidity.
At the moment, the plant has 3 leaves.
With the leaf lifted, the plant is around 45 cm tall and shipped in a 12 cm pot.