Acriopsis javanica Reinw. ex Blume.
Description: Growing in lowland swamps and montane forests as well as semi-deciduous and deciduous dry lowland forests at elevations of sealevel to 700 meters. From Sealevel to under 1600 meters in altitude, This small to medium sized epiphyte has small, clustered, ovoid, 5 to 7 noded pseudobulbs and carries 3 to 4 apical, coriaceous, linear, obtuse leaves and has a symbiotic relationship with ants. In Java treatments for fevers associated with Malaria have been treated by boiling the plant and making a broth which is taken by mouth. Flowers last 2–4 days and are pollinated by native bees