syn. Eria obesa. Found in Assam, Myanmar and Thailand at elevations around 500 meters.
"Small sized, hot to warm growing epiphyte with close set, short, very stoutly clavate, silvery green, with longitudinal purple lined pseudobulbs enveloped by scarious sheaths and carrying 4 to 5, apical, lanceolate to ovate-lanceolate, basally clasping leaves that are absent at blooming which occurs in the summer on a few to several, lateral, sub-corymbose, puberulous, racemose, 2 to 4 flowered inflorescence with large, ovate, thin, entire, acute floral bracts." Orchids.org
*Cultural and care information based on average Eria care, use it as guide and should be adapted to suit your environment. This orchid has relatively low cultural information, please research carefully before purchasing. Grow similar to a bareroot miniature vandeae.
🌰 Media: Mounted, and/or Bark mix
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