This is a species from Papua New Guinea. I grow it in my tank so high 70's during the day to low 70's/high 60's at night. It's mounted on cork and watered daily. Something I found interested about this plant is how quickly the spikes develop. I noticed the spike in early development on Sunday. This morning, I noticed the flower was opening as I was watering. This is the best picture I could get. The flower formed in a weird position, and I was afraid I would break the wiry spike if I manipulated it too much.