A rather small epiphyte with growths to about 8 in. (20 cm) tall that are spaced approximately 2 in. (5 cm) apart on a creeping rhizome. The glossy, egg-shaped pseudobulb often is vaguely angular. The inflorescence is up t0 20cm The mostly erect flower spike emerges from the base of the pseudobulb carrying an umbel of 5- 10 fragrant, short-lived blossoms.
Thailand. This rare orchid apparently is indigenous to the Thai Peninsula, with collections reported near Phang-nga. Source: Charles Baker