I know I should know this one. Can you tell me the name?
looks like bipinattifidum
Isn't bipinatifidum the selloum phil? I have lots of selloums, but this is different. The leaf is proportionately more elongated, less split and more regularly split.
No, it's not xanadu either! I have lots of those too. This is inbetween the size of a xanadu and a selloum. I know I've seen this before, but don't recall the name.
If it has spots on the petioles (rusty-red color) and the base looks like it's wrapped in burlap it's a Philodendron pinnatifidum.
Yes! Randy, I think you're right. There are red spots on the petioles. When I searched images, there seemed to be a lot of variability in the species pictured, but several images look just like my plant. Thank-you!