One of my favorite coelogyne species! Nice purchase!
However, someone (a very respectable orchid person) told me that coelogyne ochracae and coelogyne nitida look very similar and their flowers are also almost identical but they are two separate species because coelogyne ochracae flowers during spring time while coelogyne nitida flowers in the fall. On another personal note, I also find the fragrance of C. ochracae is very distinct from that of C. nitida (which smells like coconut-vanilla). The fragrance of C. ochracae is very complex yet extremely pleasant (like jasmine but with a musky and olong-tea leaves-hint!) so much that you can't have enough of it.