International Ultraviolet Explorer observations of the ROSATWFC-discovered AM Hers RE2107–05, RE1938–46, RE1833–74, RE1149+28, and RE0751+14 reveal UV spectra (1200 – 2000 Å) which are unique when compared with previously studied systems. Specifically, the intensities of individual emission lines due to CIV, CII, N V, HeII, and Si IV, are 2 – 4 times stronger then typically seen. However, the equivalent width ratios of these same emission lines, (CII/CIV, N V/CIV, HeII/CIV, and Si IV/CIV), are similar to those in typical AM Hers. These results indicate that the EUV-discovered AM Hers must have larger UV emitting volumes. Using additional observations of these stars made by EUVE, we speculate on the cause of their larger UV line fluxes.