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Default NoID species from Bali

Hi there, I need help identifying this little orchid I bought on a flower market in Bali, Indonesia. As you can see, the flowers a pretty small, about 5 mm, yellow-and-white; they are not fragrant. Thank you very much in advance!
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Looks a bit like Chroniochilus virescens, which should have short-lived flowers with a strong, sweet fragrance. Not too sure about that ID, though, hopefully someone else will see this and chime in with better info. Good luck!
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