There are over 500 species in the Masdevallia genus, and, I’m fairly certain, not all of them smell the same. That said, orchids as a family pollinate in an usual way, delivering pollen in a single mass rather than distributing it evenly. Ordinarilly when a flower has a strong, foul odor, the purpose is to attract different pollinating insects. Beetles and flies, for example, are atracted by foul odors, honeybees by sweet odors.
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