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Phlox paniculata larissa 3D

FORMATS
NATIVE
3ds Max 2010  |  V-Ray 4.2
3ds Max 2013  |  Corona 5
3ds Max 2013  |  V-Ray 4.2
3ds Max 2010  |  Corona 5
Blender 2.82  |  Cycles Render
Cinema 4D r21  |  Default Scanline
Maya 2016  |  Default Scanline
SketchUp 8
Other 2009
OBJ 2009
FBX 2009
Other
3D Model Specifications
993,290 Polygons
1,184,372 Vertices
Polygonal Geometry
Textures
Materials
UV Mapped
Mixed Unwrapped UVs
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Phlox paniculata larissa use software : 3dsmax ( corona and vray ) - sketchup 2008 - Cinema 4D - Blender - maya 2016

5 tree and with 1 color
Fbx and obj (Vray 4.2 and corona 5)
Executed in 3d max 2013
All textures and materials needed for the rendering found in the archive
Smoothing modifier is stored in the stack for convenience
Phlox paniculata, commonly known as garden phlox, is native from New York to Iowa south to Georgia, Mississippi and Arkansas. It has escaped gardens and naturalized into areas beyond its original native range. In Missouri, it is typically found south of the Missouri River in moist or rich low woods, thickets, alluvial banks and gravel bars along streams and bluff bases (Steyermark). This is an upright perennial that grows in a clump to 2-4' tall and to 2-3' wide on stiff stems clad with conspicuously veined, opposite, pointed, elliptic, deep green leaves (to 4-6long). Fragrant, tubular, pink-purple to white florets (to 3/4 diameter) are densely packed in large, tiered, domed terminal clusters (to 6-8) over a long July to September bloom period. Each individual floret has a long corolla tube and five flat petal-like lobes. Butterflies love the flowers.
A large number of garden phlox cultivars in flower colors including white, lavender, pink, rose, red and bi-color are available in commerce. Cultivars resistant to powdery mildew are often the best choices.
The genus name is derived from the Greek word phlox meaning flame in reference to the intense flower colors of some varieties.
Specific epithet refers to the plant bearing flowers in panicles.

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