Terrestrial herbs with a creeping rhizomes, up to 30 cm tall. Roots emerging from beneath pseudobulbs. Pseudobulb cylindrical–ovoid, unifoliate, arranged in a linear series on rhizome. Leaf erect, ligulate–oblanceolate, acute, petiolate, non-articulate, thin, papery, plicate. Inflorescence erect, from apex of pseudobulb, longer than leaf; peduncle bearing a few distant sheathing sterile bracts; bracts lanceolate, one-nerved. Flowers subnutant, non-resupinate, borne almost at a right angle to ovary. Sepals and petals yellowish to reddish, free, subsimilar, oblanceolate, apiculate. Labellum cornetshaped, entire, broadly obovate, obscurely trilobed above, lateral margins inrolled, apical margin crenulate, lacking a spur, ninenerved, papillose all over; callus raised, linear with a dilated apex and a fleshy, farinaceous base. Column lacking auricles, puberulant on ventral surface; anther conical, papillose, pollinia four in two unequal appressed pairs, ovoid, attached to a saddle-shaped tegula; staminodes present; rostellum trilobed, the midlobe triangular, lateral lobes broadly rounded. Ovary ribbed. (PC).