This Mormolyca ringens plant started as a 2-backbulb division, the two on the far right. It follows the normal pattern whereby the first growth is smaller and each growth after that becomes larger. It is blooming not only from the mature pseudobulb but there is a spike growing from the base of the new growth.
Mormolyca ringens grows from Mexico down into Central America. It is warm to hot growing and does well in a basket. The plant can flower all spring and summer.
This plant is in bark in a 2 1/2-inch plastic pot. There are six pseudobulbs and it stands four inches above the pot. There is plenty of room for the next two generations so I am going to leave it as-is for now.