Acianthera bragae, formerly known as Pleurothallis sarracenia is an intriguing miniature orchid. From Brazil, its thick, channeled leaves are only 2-3 cm long and the flowers the same size. The plant grows as a rambling mat of leaves and the flowers come in pairs from the base of the leaves. The flowers are tubular, look like little slugs and the flowers in a pair usually face in opposite directions. On some clones the leaves are spotted, but mine shows none of the spotting. It flowers once a year and I grow it on a small mount from which it rambles off in all directions. I had intended to take more pictures of the whole plant, but the flowers were finished before I got around to it and so I am posting just this one picture.