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What a nice shade of peach? It looks like a clam opening up!
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Ooooooo... very interesting Masdie
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Wow! Thats an odd one! Of course I mean that in a good way! Very nice!
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Does this one smell bad? Its got that dead fleshy look. Its really pretty! Thanks for sharing.
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A very intersting and pretty Masdevallia. I see you are growing it on cork - what grwoing tips do you have to share for success? Thanks!
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Tind, there is something there but I have to say "no smell that I can really dectect."

dr dmd, it only needs typical Masd. culture, nothing special.
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Oh boy! Is that cute or what?

Love the color
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neat!
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