Those of you who are familiar with Restrepias doubtless know of striata, but may not be familiar with xanthophthalma. The leaves on this are thicker, pointier, and longer than those of striata. The flowers are similarly shaped, but instead of being orange/red striped, are sort of a purply cranberry, and spotted. It likes it wet, and shady. This plant has been parked out of direct sun, but with bright afternoon indirect light for years, and still, the leaves turn purple, even from that low amount of light. There really is no seasonality to its blooming, which happens several times a year, whenever it feels like it. In addition to the two open flowers, there are a good half dozen more buds hidden behind othre leaves.