We obtained this Anthurium in 2004, although I believe that this plant has been in collections much longer than that. The two specimens depicted above came from different persons, and show some minor differences, suggesting that they are seedling variants rather than clones. For example, the one shown in the top picture showed quite a bit of reddish coloration in the new emerging leaves, while the one in the lower picture showed much less of that kind of coloration. This difference has become less pronounced as the plants have matured.
Several promising crosses have already been performed using these plants as ovule parents. We also have selfed seed that we are growing on so that we will have a limited stock of seedling variants to choose from for future work. Patience is called for, as the developing berries take between one and two years to mature! The seeds are also among the largest Anthurium seeds we have ever had the opportunity to observe, being over 1/2 inch long and about 1/4 inch in diameter.