One of three leafless orchids native to the US (Florida), this Lilliputian species' native range also includes Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Cuba, Puerto Rico and in the Leeward Islands (Caribbean). This is about as close as I can get to the flowers with the lens available to me. It is a sweet true miniature that should have a place in any collection of Angraecoid and Vandaceous orchids. I grow it bright, under intermediate-warm temperatures, very high humidity, daily water (twice daily under summer conditions) and out of strong air movement. I do have to keep algae growth in check however! Please visit Prem Subrahmanyam's fantastic Florida Native Orchid Blog to read more about this interesting species and enjoy his fabulous pictures!