A fine species from southern Brazil where it grows epiphytically or as a saxicole in seasonally dry forest. It has rounded stems that are fairly thick, sub-erect then pendant, branching out in whorls to form a dense hanging cluster that can reach 15 feet or more. The color is green, tinted red in strong light with fairly large, over a half inch, white flowers followed by red (occasionally white) fruits. In strong light the stems become red and the skin has very faint ribs or wrinkles.
THIS PLANT IS ON C.I.T.E.S. AND CANNOT BE EXPORTED