Dockrillia fuliginosa is a species closely related to Dendrobium, native to Papua New Guinea. The sympodial growths grow pendantly and are spaced about two inches apart and have narrow terete leaves about six inches long. The dark-colored flowers are 3cm (1.25") across, face downward and mostly closed, and have a pleasant spicey fragrance. I have it growing on a block of tree fern where the base of the plant has a vigorous root system. I grow it in intermediate conditions in about 2000fc of light, watered several times per week. My plant blooms every few months on recent growths and occasionally several times from older growths. The flowers in these photos are the second blooming from the same growth.