This specie is rather common in this locality at 2,350 masl and higher. Scent is not unlike T. bicaudata, maybe a little softer and with a shorter range. Flowers once a yr, mostly in November, growth is kind of slow. Not really visible in the below pics, but this Tridactyle specie has often more free hanging roots, than attached roots to the host tree. This particular specimen is a rather rich flowering one, I contribute it to the relative higher light levels. Now just waiting for some seed pods.