This is an amazing pendant species from Borneo. It's in the section Epicrianthes, which stands as one of my favorite sections of Bulbophyllum due to their pendant nature and bizarre flowers. I grow mine hanging off of a piece of bark in humid conditions, intermediate-warm temperatures, and decently bright light (grown near my Habenaria, so slightly less than Cattleya). I mist the entire plant once a day, but may mist it 2-3 if I actually remember to. The flowers are maybe 0.5 cm, and only last about 10 hours. In fact, This plant bloomed wonderfully last year, and I decided to take a picture of it when I got back from classes and work. Needless to say, the blooms were already closed by the time I got home, and I was disappointing that I was only able to appreciate the flowers in person for 2 minutes or so. I really wasn't ecstatic about how these pictures turned out (I'm always in such a hurry these days...), but I suppose I'll have next year.