Racemes 1 or 2, erect, few-flowered, from base of pseudobulb; sepals and lateral petals lanceolate to oblong, acute at apex, pale green striped with brown or purple, to 4 cm long, the petals slightly broader than sepals; lip +/- fiddle-shaped, to 2.5 cm wide, white to pale yellow with pink or lavender streaks, wavy on margin, clawed at base, the claw fused to column at base then diverging abruptly; column to 2.5 cm long. Fruits narrowly fusiform, ribbed, to 8 cm long, usually bearing the persistent sepals. Croat 8496. Pollinated by the bees Eulaema and Exaerte (fide Dressler, pers. comm.).