General: Perennial herb from slender rhizomes, with fibrous roots; stems 5-20 cm tall, with 2 leaves, glandular-hairy above.
Leaves: Two, near middle of stem, roughly opposite, egg-shaped to elliptic, 1-6 cm long, 0.7-3 cm wide, abruptly tapered to base, smooth.
Flowers: Inflorescence a somewhat open, few-flowered, terminal raceme, the flowers green or yellowish-green; sepals broadly lanceolate, 4-7 mm long, 1-veined, distinct; petals similar to sepals, 4-6 mm long; lip 8-13 mm long, 5-7 mm wide at tip, broadly oblong, widely notched at tip, with 2 rounded lobes at base.
Fruits: Capsules, spreading, egg-shaped, to 5 mm long.
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