Vanda-liouvillei-2023-08-20 *SITF confirms this that this plant is Vanda liouvillei (Aug 2023).
This species is very unique with a distinct midlobe shape that when viewed from the front, looks like a snake's tongue and it has a very long nectary. These key characteristics are unmatched in the Genus. Orchidroots.com has 23 images all closely matching this plant. The 2021 book by Motes, "The Natural Genus Vanda" describes V. liouvillei and its confusion with V. brunnea; this plant exactly matches Motes description of V. liouvillei.
Posted on Aug 20, 2023
Description is as follows:
"Six flowers and four buds on one 25-cm inflorescence; sepals and petals lanceolate, chartreuse, overlaid mahogany, tessellated, margins undulated; lip forked, chartreuse, ...
Posted on May 10, 2021
This plant and the other just submitted were brought in as perplexa, so we want to be sure that each is correctly named.