This clone of Stan lietzei doesn't have 'eye-sots', very common in this Brazilian species; we can see only fine purple dots in the epichyl and column. The hipochy has the "classic" shape for lietzei, unmistakable.
Thats really cool looking! I think your plant might be the closest we can get to having an 'alba' Stan with large horns! In fact, if you selfed this plant, what are the chances you could actually get totally white offspring? It could be worth some money or atleast a lietzei var Frederico!
Thanks for looking! Stan lietzei is strongly scented, and you can smell the perfume even far way! The fragrance is very characteristic for this species (and delicious!); I don't believe that one can obtain a really 'alba' selfing that clone, 'cause it has purple 'dots' in the lip! Stan lietzei belongs to Section Wardii in the Subgenus Stanhopea, and Stan reichenbachiana belongs to Subgenus Candida, they are in fact very aparted in terms of morphology!