Hello, I was in Colombia last week and had the opportunity to meet up with Dex356 for two days together with GaryYG for one day to explore for orchids. I believe we found 4 species of Telipogon, but only two with blooms open enough to get good photos. The first species was in the Paramos transition zone at about 3100 meters and not growing too far from the Lepanthes tibouchinicola that Dexter posted. It was no more than a meter off the ground in what appeared to be a blueberry bush (Vaccinium). This area is supposed to get cloud cover at night even in this dry is hot season...but certainly by late morning, all the twig epiphytes were quite dry. Our Pleurothallid specialist guide was not sure of the ID and I have not been able to ID since I’ve been home. Second individual, first species An interesting endemic found on the same blueberry bush, Pterostemma antioquiensis...wasnt quite open ☹️. Second Telipogon species found by luck! Another valley, different day at about 2800 meters in a forest full of Pleurothallids. I was a little ahead of the others on a trail when a 2 meter long tree branch broke off in the wind, just missed my head and landed at my feet (wouldn’t have hurt ) and on it was this Telipogon. I picked it up and started yelling that I found something nice. As Luis (our guide) ran around the corner with his machete drawn (thinking something happened), I realized I looked like a thief caught in the act waving the branch. When we all got together Luis spotted where the branch had broken off about 15 feet up...so definitely I was not guilty. After everyone had great opportunity to photograph the plant in any manner they wanted, Luis climbed the tree and tied the branch to a similar diameter branch. While up there he saw several other Telipogon plants all in that limited area at that bend in the trail...saw no others on that day. And we still haven’t Identified this one either...flowers were actually quite small. Maybe one of the others measured it?