|Liparis kumokiri is a
perennial orchid found in deciduous woodland in a hilly area, having
a spherical pseudobulb exposed on the ground level, from which a
pair of approximately 10cm long oval-shaped leaves ascend. The
glossy leaves are finely undulating at an entire fringe,
vein-networking not clear. The flowers on a stalk, counting 5-15,
are light green; both sepals and side petals are in the same length
- 8mm, the lip getting warped. Bloom time: June-August.