I purchased this from the Glasshouse Works in July, 1997. The flowers and leaves make it look like a cross between an andreanum and a scherezianum. The light lavendar is a color I hadn't seen in anthuriums before.
May, 1998, alas, spider mites and an indoor winter have ravaged the plant. What remains is a spindly dying leaf. I would predict that the plant has bitten rather than having grown in the proverbial dust. I did like it and will probably try again when my greenhouse is finally built. For those of you north of the tropics and without greenhouses, I certainly can't recommend this plant.
June 1998 I'm told that it's a hybrid of Anthurium amnicola which is responsible for the violet-pink color. I've broken down and placed an order for a new one. I'd like to think that this next winter will be slightly less deadly to this variety.