Actually, that is not correct.The correct name for this colorform is Paph. wenshanense forma album. It was described in Orchidee (Hamburg) 53: 383 (2002) by me and Mr. Petchleung who had found the plant first time.
Really a wonderful clone.
Valid point re leaf pigmentation.Actually, that is not correct.
An album variety would lack dark pigments on the plants. Please note the leaves. They look exactly the same as type variety and one can't tell them apart unless they are in bloom.
Take bellatulum for an example. The leaves completely lack dark pigments. Not only that, the flowers is pure white lacking any colors.Valid point re leaf pigmentation.
Let’s see what taxonomist Olaf who described this variety ‘album’ says to this. I’m curious to know if pigmented leaves do indeed rule out the valid use of the term.