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Maxillaria triloris

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    Default Maxillaria triloris

    An unique flower

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    Great photo of a wonderful bloom. AL

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    Very interesting bloom. Great photo.

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    Very pretty, Joseph...Does it have a sweet fragrance? Thanks, Betty

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    Nice yellow maxillaria bloom!!

    cheers,
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    Very nice, Joseph!

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