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Looks to me to be an Acostaea sp. Lip details are needed for a specific ID.
World Checklist of Selected Plant Families [WCSP] lumps Acostaea with...
Epidendrum aff. yamboënse.
Ortiz Valdivieso, P. & C. Uribe Vélez. (2017) Orquídeas, Tesoro de Colombia [Orchids, a Colombian...
The petals and lip remind me of a starfish. :)
Do you know the country of origin?
Close-up flower details are often needed to identify many of these tiny Pleurothallis.
Ada euodes[syn. Ada elegantula, Brassia euodes]
This is likely to be Prosthechea grammatoglossa
I suspect that it is likely to be Cyrtochilum divaricatum
Try Cyrtochilum meirax
Several Maxillariella [syn. Maxillaria] have that sort of growth habit. Your plant may be Maxillariella elatior [syn. Max. elatior]
You got excellent photos!
The orange-flowered Octarrhena is Octarrhena bilabrata.
I got some help from Andre Schuiteman for the...
I presume that the two eye-like spots mentioned refer to the prominent nearly black markings on the base of the lip hypochile rather than the...
Could this be Microcoelia exilis as the flowers in the second image have a globose spur?
Hi David. Welcome to this Forum and thank you so much for the correction.
Could one of the moderators correct the name for me please?