|| Phalaenopsis cornu-cervi var. Chattaladae
|| cornu-cervi = the deer antlered Phalaenopsis
chattaladae = location in Thailand, where this variety was discovered
|| Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Vietnam
|| epiphtytic, rarely lithophytic, exposed lowland locations on stunted vegetation in fairly exposed areas or in dense riverine or lowland forests with heavy dews high up in the canopy at elevations of 200 to 1000 meters
|| from seed
|| Flower spike produces new flowers all year round, never cut green flower spike, as it will come back with flowers after rest in winter.