Or, at least, I'm pretty sure it's the unspotted form of S. inodora. I received it simply as "Stanhopea sp." If anybody has a differing opinion, please let me know! I'm not a Stanhopea expert by any means. Despite the name, S. inodora is scented. This one smells of vanilla and allspice. http://www.flickr.com/photos/dewittkower/3704230563/in/set-72157600330849435/ http://www.flickr.com/photos/dewittkower/3705039544/in/set-72157600330849435/ Details of the hypochile and epichile. The "eyes" are larger on the interior of the hypochile than the exterior. The epichile has the feeling of plastic, but is unrealistically smooth; like marble. http://www.flickr.com/photos/dewittkower/3704229839/in/set-72157600330849435/ As close as I could get to the interior of the hypochile.