Help with ID of this Eria sp.

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by Robert H. Findlay

Does anyone know the id of this Eria sp.  This is an old plant (at least 20 years). I was told it was a species for Vietnam when I bought it.

Cane like pseudobulbs are up to 5 inches long and have 2-5 terminal lanceolate leaves (up to 3 inches long).  Inflorescences  arise from nodes after a hard winter’s rest.  They leave a pit like scare on the pseudobulbs.  Roots are hair like.  The flower is about 0.5 in width.  Photo's of each characturistic can be found under Eria sp. in my plant folder.



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