drymoglossum is a perennial orchid growing epiphytically on
trunks or lithophytically on rocks in hilly districts, with rhizomes
being slender and creepy. Leaves appear singly on one node, each
obovate, approximately 1cm long, and leathery. Flower stalks are
filamentous, about 1cm long, each setting a single pale yellow
flower. Sepals; approx. 8mm in length, side petals; approx. 4mm,
lips; broadly lanceolate, shorter than the sepals, having a slight
reddish-purple. Bloom time: May-July.