Pilophyllum Schltr., Orchideen (1914) 131
Sympodial terrestrial plants. Pseudobulbs present, consisting of one internode, one-leaved. Leaves not sheathing, densely hairy, dorso-ventrally flattened, plicate, not articulate, convolute, thin-textured. Inflorescence arising from the rhizome (heteranthous), a raceme. Flowers medium-sized, not resupinate, yellowish with red-brown markings. Sepals free. Petals free, more or less intermediate in shape between the dorsal sepal and the lateral sepals. Lip without spur, not mobile. Column-foot present. Pollinia 2, solid-waxy, caudicles absent, stipe absent, viscidium absent.
Species present in New Guinea: