With leaves to 15 mm long, in fan shaped clusters sticking out from the stem, evenly coloured, glossy, fleshy.
4mm across, creamy to green, usually flecked with reddish purple. Sepals and petals similar, elliptic. Labellum cupped with upright flattened calli at each side, often meeting at the centre.
October - December.
On a wide range of host trees and on rocky outcrops; on foggy spurs or stream sides, from lowland to subalpine forest.
Common, locally a few to many plants on a tree.
Easily overlooked if hgher up on the host.
White roots leading from a clump of leaves sticking out from the stem or surface; leaves unspotted, flowers spotted.