A tiny dendrobium still uncommon in cultivation, though now available in the US. This bloom was a bit unexpected. I got this plant last spring, and didn't expect it to bloom until next year. The relatively large flower measures about 1" from the front of the flower to the end of the nectary. And a particularly clunky looking nectary it is. Charitably, I'd say the end resembles a butt. Less charitably I'd say the end resembles a ballsack. Not much cultural information available, but it's supposedly temperature tolerant leaning towards cool. It has done well for close to 6 months with max day time temp just above 80º. Summer nights about 67-68º F. It goes deciduous in winter and I will be keeping it around 50º F at night then, daytime in the 70s. I let it dry a little and will keep it drier, but not very much so in winter. Medium light.