I am still positive that it is not spurium.
Tim, I am not playing taxonomist but it looks like I do not have a choice because there is a need for more in the field in the Philippines not just for orchids but for endemic plants. I do not have time at the moment to go over the postings here but this one is actually similar to a plant I found in Luzon which is to come out with another name very soon. I cannot give the name yet as it will jeopardize the publication.
Taxonomy is a science which is evolving but this one is for the classic.
I had to publish it soon after reviewing the new book by Howard Wood 2006( to be published in Germany) and I noticed that he doubted the existence of spurium in the Philippines. This has to be researched and I am trying to gather proof for the truth. This is one minor reason why I had to fastract the naming of the plant...
Those who have access to books/CD you may look at Holttum's Flora of Malaya Vol 1, Agoo et al Orchids of the Philippines, Comber's Orchids of Sumatra.
I have images of the real spurium which will come out together with the publication. I cannot post it here as it is not mine and it is owned by another institution in Europe and it is copyrighted.