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Zootrophion vulturiceps

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    Zootrophion vulturiceps--1" flower
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    cool claw!

    no labellum or anything?

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    I was expecting something much darker after seeing the name. LOL.

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    Now that's an interesting thing....I say again we've had some very exotic plants on here lately!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walingwaling View Post
    no labellum or anything?
    I guess there is labellum inside but I have never cut up the flower to find out.

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    very nice one Tom!

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