Acianthera bragae, also known as Pleurothallis sarracenia, is a tiny species with deeply channeled terete (pencil-like) leaves. The leaves are 3 cm long and grow in a row on a creeping stem. The 2 cm flowers usually come in pairs with the flowers facing each other, but occasionally as one. The species is from Brazil. I grow it mounted giving it cool temperatures, high humidity and good light.