Species from Central and northern South America. It is sometimes referred to as the "Paper Philodendron" due to the thin substance of the leaves. This does not seem to indicate its tolerance of low humidity (or lack thereof). I have grown this species in terraria, outdoors in a warm, shady spot, and in a greenhouse. It should also do well in a home environment if given the opportunity to acclimate. Note there is some discoloration of old leaves on some of the plants. This is cosmetic due to proximity to the light on the plant racks.
Plants are rooted in plug trays. Photos are representative of the available plants.