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I agree with Philodendron xanadu for the first plant, but have to disagree with the ID on the second one. In fact, that one looks unique enough that I'd like a piece of it! I have a number of hybrids that look similar to it; the hybrids have P. bipinnatifidum in their genetic history but have several other species genes mixed in.
That makes sense. I thought it just may have been some variability in the P. bipinnatifidum. It does look different to the two types I have. One has frilly edges, the others have deeper indentations in the leaves.
P. x evansii is good for now (for the large sized Philodendron shown above in post 81 & 82).
The plants in the photo below were bought at the USF Botanical Garden plant shop. All are the 'small vine' type. Only two had a ID tag - lower left in the photo was labeled P. Green Emerald (incorrectly labeled) and the lower right side P. ilsemanii http://davesgarden.com/guides/pf/go/95713/
I am not really too concerned at getting names at this point, they are still too young and generic looking. This post is for enterainment purposes...