Identification: houseplant spotted alternate leaves, uneven base

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  1. imwildflower

    imwildflower Active Member

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    This looks like a pothos or philodendron, but I can't find it. I was thinking Scindapsus pictus Argyraeus. the the spots on these leaves don't have the same regular pattern. Any idea?
     

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    togata57 Generous Contributor 10 Years

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    Begonia?
     
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    I thought in might be, too, because of the uneven leaf base. For some reason it just doesn't look like Begonia to me.
     
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    There are several Begonia species with this leaf form and spotted pattern, not to even mention the hybrids. I don't think it can be clearly identified.
     
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    Thanks so much for your valued input!
     

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