This little orchid from Bahia, Brazil is similar to Leptotes bicolor (Day 87) with small terete leaves and bright flowers produces in ones and twos. Its leaves are finer than Leptotes bicolor and the flowers are smaller as well as differently shaped (and of course properly pink)
We grow the two species of leptotes close together in Warm Americas and both mounted. Leptotes pohlitinocoi is more pendulous than Leptotes bicolor and is determined to grow downwards which can make display a little difficult. This plant has been on this mount for about twelve years showing the slow rate at which it grows.