The Ecuadorian species has a unique fuzzy petiole and velvety foliage. It is a terrestrial grower, so it's ryzome will creep along the ground surface as it produces new leaves.
These would be happiest in a bright filtered light and taking care to avoid direct sun. As with most aroids, water when roughly the top 2" of soil is dry. This may roughly be once a week or longer depending on your home environment. It will prefer a higher humidity environment! When repotting use a semi-coarse soil medium that will drain water well.
All of our plants are ethically sourced from certified U.S. nurseries. We strongly condemn the poaching of plants or wild collection.