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It refers to a hybrid orchid created by crossing three different Stanhopea orchid species: Stanhopea nigroviolacea, Stanhopea gibbosa, and Stanhopea nigra. Hybridization is a common practice among orchid enthusiasts to create new and unique orchid varieties with a combination of characteristics from the parent species.

Each hybrid can have a distinct combination of features, such as flower color, size, shape, and fragrance, which may vary from one individual to another. To cultivate this specific orchid hybrid successfully, it's important to understand and provide for its care requirements, including suitable temperature, humidity, and light conditions to support its healthy growth and the development of its unique blooms.