Slender 2-10cm tall, typically in dense colonies, with a distinctive heart-shaped leaf part way up the stem.
Up to 10 translucent, green flowers with a maroon labellum.
May - October.
Open lowland scrub and forest and track sides. Often with Cyrtostylis rotundifolia or Pterostylis alobula nearby. Widespread throughout.
Common, may be locally abundant. Not threatened.
Can be difficult to distinguish from Corybas acuminatus when in leaf.
Thin heart-shaped leaf, multiple flowers, acute dorsal sepal.