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Trichocentrum pulchrum x Trctm. pfavii 

It refers to a hybrid orchid created by crossing Trichocentrum pulchrum and Trichocentrum pfavii. The "4N" designation indicates that this hybrid is tetraploid, which means it has four sets of chromosomes instead of the usual two, potentially leading to variations in flower size, color, and structure.

Hybridizing orchids is a common practice among orchid enthusiasts to create unique and desirable characteristics in new varieties. To cultivate this specific orchid hybrid successfully, it's important to understand its care requirements, including lighting, temperature, humidity, and watering, to support its healthy growth and the development of its distinctive blooms.