Phalaenopsis zebrina Teijsm. & Binn. 1862 SUBGENUS Polychilos
SECTION Zebrinae Pfitz 1889 Photo courtesy of Nik Fahmi and his
Vortex Orchid Page.
Common Name The Zebra-Like Phalaenopsis [refers to the barring on
the sepals and petals]
Flower Size 1.4" [3.5 cm] Fragrant
Found in Burma, Thailand, penninsular Malaysia, Borneo and
Sumatra at elevations around sea-level as a miniature to small
sized, hot to warm growing epiphyte with a short stem carrying 3 to
5, oblong to obovate, broader in the apical half, narrowing below
into the clasping base leaves that blooms in the spring and summer
on an erect to arcuate, simple, terete, 4" [10 cm] long, few 
flowered inflorescence with small, triangular, concave floral bracts
carrying 2 to 3, nicely fragrant flowers open at a time.