Cadetia biloba

Cadetia biloba Blume, Mus. Bot. Lugd. Bat. 1 (1849) 30.

Type: Not designated (New Guinea).

Leaves lanceolate, emarginate. Flowers usually solitary. Petals much narrower than the dorsal sepal. Mentum long, clavate, somewhat incurved. Lip with rounded lateral lobes and patent, obcordate-bilobulate midlobe.
(after Blume).

Colours: Not known.

Habitat: Not known, probably in the lowlands.

Flowering time in the wild: Not known.

Distribution: New Guinea (endemic).

Distribution in New Guinea: Papua.

Notes: Cadetia biloba is only known from the exceedingly poor description, from which a positive identification cannot be made. It seems to be similar to Cadetia quinquecostata.