Formerly known as Rhipsalis warmingiana. Variability is its trademark! The slender stems can be 3 or 4 angled or even flat on the same plant. The edges are serrate or saw-toothed and the small flowers campanulate, white and hanging downward. Fruits vary from red to black. Native from southern Brazil to northern Argentina in deciduous forest.
Note: This plant is on C.I.T.E.S. and cannot be exported.