Thanks for explanation.Technically not peloric, since that means that a zygomorphic (bilateral symmetry) flower has become more actinomorphic (radial symmetry). Here the set of sepals have become less similar, so the flower has less radial symmetry, not more. Labelloid is correct for describing the lateral sepals that have become more like the labellum.
Regardless of terminology, it's an interesting flower.
Definitely not warneri or albescent lol.It is just coincidental.I bought as warneri albescens.
This kind of mutation is nice. Giving us something nice and different to see. Totally interesting and wonderful. And I think I read somewhere in the past - that 'pelorism' can actually extend beyond the regular 'kind' of perlorism ----- as in not necessarily petals/sepals imitating the lip, and not necessarily the radial symmetry thing. Just saying 'irregular' could be workable too ----- different from the usual looks.Thanks for kind words. Very interesting that this " pelorism"- sorry, i have no better word - is variable not just from blomming to blooming , but even more within the inflorescence. I made a cross between this and dowiana aurea, I expect nice yellow veins on lower sepals. The cross will bloom within 2 years.