A Tolumnia species bee-mimic, somewhat similar in appearance to Ophrys species. The flowers are about ¾" tall. The flowers have six very fuzzy apendages. Successive blooming, and like most Tolumnias, spikes should not be cut as long as they haven't dried up, as they will bloom again. This species is said to be rather difficult. It comes from rather arid areas and is supposedly very prone to rot. I wouldn't know because I treat it the same as other species with similar requirements (Dendrobium carronii gets the same treatment.) High light, no moss on mount, daily watering, int-warm, lots of airflow. It's probably dry within an hour of watering. I got it last summer, and it has put out a lot of new fans (a dozen or so) and roots since then.