They are very
nice,and to me,they look the same as Xingu Os.
Everybody wants to call Xingu Os A. crassipinnis but it is way
out of the type locale for that species (Bolivia and far western Brazil) and doesn't fit the exact description.IMO,Xingu O is an A. orbicularis variant.
Either way,Xingu O or Bumblebee O are both considered "O Holy Grails" among O lovers and "must haves". So having 3 beautiful examples,count yourself extremely lucky (blessed