Pholidota chinensis
     This species used to go by the name Coelogyne chinensis---and I find that makes sense; both in how and where it grows well. Keep them in a spot with intermediate light, don’t let them get overly dry and they should stay happy. As the inflorescence forms, it has an interesting rattlesnake [rattle part] look to it...very neat. Sometimes the pot must be raised so that the flower spike doesn’t hit the table or bench. They’re FRAGRANT, too!