It seems to be Porroglossum season. Almost all of mine are in bloom at the moment. Porroglossum meridionale is another species from this genus of insect-trapping flowers. The flowers have hinged lips and when disturbed by a small insect the lip suddenly snaps up trapping the insect against the column, effecting pollination. Most of the pictures show the lip open but the close-up photo shows it shut against the column. The plant is 6 cm tall, the flower spikes 10 cm in length, and the flowers 1.5 cm. It hails from Peru.