Amydrium is a genus of flowering plants in the family Araceae that is native to Southeast Asia, southern China, and New Guinea. Mature form of Amydrium will have fenestration . The leaves looks like crocodile skin pattern.
Light: These plants do well in low-to-medium light settings and thrive in bright, indirect light. They do not like exposure to direct sunlight. If you are only able to provide low-to-medium light conditions, you may do better with one of the deeper green cultivars.