Dendrobium longicornu

Common name: Long-Horned Dendrobium • Nepali: बावार Bawar

Himalaya to China (Yunnan, S. Guangxi) as per WCSP ;

Plant epiphytic, erect, 10-40cm tall; roots fasciculate. Stems erect, zigzag to weakly zigzag, sheathed, 2-4mm thick; internodes yellow, 2.5-4cm long; sheaths tubular, funnel shaped, black-hairy, 2.5-4cm long. Leaves distichous, ovate-elliptic to oblong-lanceolate, subacute, emarginate, puberulose, sessile, 2.5-8 * 1-2.2cm. Infloroscence a x illary, arising from near ape x of stem, usually 1-flowered; peduncle attenuate, sheathed; sheaths short, overlapping, scarious, 2-3 * 1.5-2mm; floral bract lanceolate, subacute, black-hairy, 8 * 3mm. Flower fragrant, 3-4.5cm across; sepals and petals white, lip white to pale brownish-white, veined with yellow or red-orange, flushed with yellow; pedicel and ovary slender, 2.2-3.5cm. Sepals subsimilar, ovate-lanceolate, acuminate, keeled; dorsal sepals 5-veined, 1.7-2 * 0.5-0.7cm; lateral sepals adnate to form a long, spur-like mentum, 5- to 7-veined, 2.5-3 * 0.6-0.7cm (towards base); mentum slender, attenuate, 1.5-2cm long. Petals ovate to ovate-lanceolate, acute to acuminate, keeled, 3-veined, 1.5-2.2 * 0.4-0.7cm. Lip 3-lobed, broadly triangular (when spread), 2.2-3 * 2.4-2.9cm; lateral lobes rounded, margins entire to weakly undulate, 2.2-2.5 * 1-1.1cm; mid-lobe small, suborbicular, fimbriate-lacerate, 6-9mm wide; disc with a broad central ridge from base to mid-lobe where it divides into 3 or 4 branches. Column with 2 stelidia at ape x , 5-8mm long; foot 1-1.2cm long.
(Attributions- N. R. Pearce & P. J. Cribb. Orichds of Bhutan. Published by RGoB and RBGE. 2002 from Bhutan Biodiversity Portal)

My friend has sent one image to verify if this is D. longicornu or watti, shot at 2500m. in November 2015 in East Nepal.
I am unable to see what I wish to see. You need to show me a spread-up labellum
Ok ..., He has only this image.
multiple pics from multiple angles are always helpful.
I know ... But he had only this image !
I am unable to see if the front lobe of labellum has distinct constriction on either side. But somehow after looking again, I feel this is Dendrobium longicornu.
Need more pics to confirm.
pleiten spec : 1 image.
If someone owns the name of this orchid I would be happy.
I thought of Pleione.
Flowering; october
Altitude: 2300m
Growing at a tree along a humid small stream broder.
Dendrobium longicornu !
I am again a bit confused here. I should call this Dendrobium longicornu but the flower on my right hand side shows a constriction, I imagine if it is just a damage or true constriction because I cant see the same on other flowers.