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It refers to a specific variety of the Warczewiczella timbiensis orchid species that is characterized by being tetraploid, denoted by the "4N" designation. Tetraploid orchids have four sets of chromosomes instead of the usual two, which can lead to variations in flower size, color, and structure.

Warczewiczella timbiensis is a type of orchid found in regions of South America, including countries like Peru and Ecuador. These orchids are admired for their unique and captivating flowers. Successfully cultivating Warczewiczella timbiensis typically involves understanding the care requirements for this orchid species, including appropriate temperature, humidity, and air circulation, to support their healthy growth and the development of their lovely blooms.