If there’s a queen, these must also be a king (or is that very patriarchal?). Anyway, the king Anthurium is nonetheless an AMAZING species of Anthuriums. Its leaves portray deep texture, and full-grown the leaves can grow só long. Simply a collector’s favorite! Stem short or contracted. LEAVES: Petiole 60 - 95 cm long, terete and not canaliculated, geniculum 1 inch long, terete, thickened. Leaf blade elongate-oblong, gradually narrowed towards the apex, 50 - 90 cm long, 20-25 cm wide, posterior lobes semi-oblong, very obtuse, either overlapping or separated by a very narrow triangular sinus, basal primary lateral veins retrorse, primary lateral veins of the midrib 18 - 25 on each side or more, patent, curving near the margin.