I think, it is labiata.Ok, it has wonky petals, not straight, but there is hot weather here, another, that this plant tried to bloom in last fall, but blastad, so that blooming time was similar as typical blooming time of labiata. This flowering shoot started in winter and produced flower till this time.I realize that this is just a quick evaluation based on a quick glance but isn’t mossiae a flower that is kind of a squat flower, wider then most other Cattleyas?
And this guy seems to have a gaskelliana stance, taller vertically.
Leslie. “Donkey Ear” ??I agree with both Terry and Geoff. The habit of growth, the rest period, the double sheath and fragrance all are important to identify the species. Most of the labiate type of flowers look very similar in shape and in albas the yellow markings on the throat can vary from a small yellow disc (as in plena forms) to golden striations that cover entire lip.
To me this flower can be a ‘donkey ear’ mossiae with reduced golden striations.