Looks like a tolumnia to me. These are awesome plants, and rebloom on the old spikes, sort of like how a phal would branch.
Give it lots of light, similar to that of Cattleyas. I give enough light to make the leaves red, though I notice yours clone was ok blooming on green leaves. I grow mine on a western windowsill and it was ok for me.
These like to be mounted or potted in small clay pots (just like yours). This is because they can't stay wet for too long or the roots rot, which is my reasoning for using clay pots. Let it dry slightly before each watering. Though they are succulent and can tolerate drying, they shouldn't they be underwatered too much since their roots are fine. They grow just like your other epiphytes, and are adaptive.