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Looks like a very happy, vigorous plant.
Thanks for the photos of rarely seen species in situ.
Cute plant. Got one over a decade ago. Did well for years, but lost it during my "time of neglect" some years back.
It's a Psygmorchis/Erycina. Don't know what species. The flowers look like they've been partially eaten or deformed, much of the lip...
Marni, how large does the plant itself get? Appears smaller than gibbosa.