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Golden Rayed Lilies Puzzle Details:

About: In this new puzzle we feature some beautiful golden rayed lilies, also known as goldband lilies. This beautiful lily is is native to Japan and it's called yamayuri (literally "mountain lily") in Japanese. The strongly scented flowers are the largest of any lily species. They are typically white with gold radial markings and orange spots, but variations in flower color and markings are known.
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