Philodendron lacerum (Jacq.) Schott

High altitude, climbing, epiphytic plant; nodal stem with numerous emerging roots; leaf surface 10-20 cm long, 12-18.5 cm wide, papery, with heart-shaped outline, apex broadly pointed, outline sinuous to serrate-crenate, or even approaching pinnate; peduncle 1.4-2.7 times larger than the floral bract; floral bract with convoluted shape; floral spike with top part masculine, fertile, central part infertile, basal part feminine.

Common names: bejuco lombricero de cana, macusey macho.

Philodendron lacerum, habit
Philodendron lacerum
Philodendron lacerum, leaf

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