None of these plants had a lot of flowers and since they are all from the same group and the same color I thought I'd do them in one post. The species in the Saltatrices groupof Masdevallias have tubular flowers, bright colors, glandular hairs lining the inside of the flower and a distinct bulge at the bast of the flower tube. The photos of the three shown here display these features. The three species in order are Masdevallia glomerosa, a species I've not posted before, Masdevallia mendozae, and Masdevallia hirtzii, all from Ecuador. All three are small, the plants growing to about 10 cm with 3-4 cm flowers.