This was also awarded a CHM (20107125 at the same Cuenca show as Pleurothallis gigantea. That name is way wrong but...............................
Natural spread: 0.7cm horizontal x 1.5cm long Dorsal Sepal: 0.4cm wide by 1.0cm long
Petals: 0.2cm wide x 0.3cm long
Lateral Sepals: 0.6cm wide x 1.0cm long (synsepal)
Lip: 0.1cm wide by 0.1cm long
Sixteen hundred fifty flowers and buds on 37 arched, pendulous inflorescencces to 40cm from the axils of three ovate-cordate leaves to 24cm wide by 34cm long; sepals and petals translucent white, lightly specklied purple; petals club-shaped, pale yellow, minutely speckled purple; lip, column and anther cap lime green; substance firm; texture crystalline.
Pleurothallis gigantea, award 20107125, has been confirmed to be Pleurothallis colossus by SITF (Feb 2011).