I should start out this thread with...” a vexing vexillarius problem” followed by, “Don’t blindly trust what’s on the tag”. The first photo is of a plant labeled D. vexillarius var. albiviride. This is a very small, tufted plant with red tinted foliage. The key for D. vexillarius indicates var albiviride should be the largest variety of the species. The second photo shows a comparison with a typical D. vexillarius var microblepharum...size is significantly smaller with shape differences as well. I believe this to be D. sulphureum, but perhaps a different variety than my other two plants of that species (photos below). Blooms are very similar in shape and size although the two below retain a white color while the plant pictured in the first photo above will age to more of a yellow. The foliage also stays tufted and red (no matter the light conditions) on the first plant, while the other two clones are always green with a larger stature caused by an an ascending growth pattern. Some day, I will try to key out the D. sulphureum clones, but not as easy as vexillarius.