I was sold this plant ten-plus years ago by Helene Gendel of Briggs Hill Orchids, and it was a NoID Pleurothallis which I was told resembles P. restrepioides but is NOT restrepioides. If any of you recognizes this species, please let me know what you think it is. Note that this differs from restrepioides by the narrow, hairy petals and the cupped labellum.
A wonderfully weird species from the Pleurothallis genus. This is often described as “the String Bean Orchid” and in fact, my husband calls it “String Beans With Faces”! Not a lot written about this odd species (perhaps because its difficult to find) but here is a bit of info.