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It refers to a plant that shares similarities with the species Anthurium regale, but may have some variations in its characteristics. "Aff" is often used in botanical terminology to indicate a close resemblance to a certain species. It suggests that the plant being referred to might not be a pure Anthurium regale but shares features that are typical of the species. This could be due to variations in growth conditions, genetics, or other factors. It's important to consider that "aff" plants might exhibit slightly different traits while still belonging to the same general species group

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