Dracula platycrater (Rchb.f.) Luer
From the Greek platys, "broad" and krater, "a bowl", in reference to the shape of the epichile. Reichenbach probably intended to contrast the flat or convex epichile with the concave epichile of the other related species with which he was familiar.
Plant ID: 00932
Additional Information: Widely distributed in the moist forests of the Western and the Central Cordillera of Colombia but found infrequently at altitudes from 4,920 feet (1,500 m) to 7,540 feet (2,300 m).
Masdevallia platycrater Rchb.f.
Masdevallia lowii Rolfe
Dracula lowii (Rolfe) Luer