Pinalia daymaniana Ormerod, Malesian Orchid J. 7 (2011) 78, fig. 1.
Type: L.J. Brass 23155 (holo AMES).
- Eria daymaniana (Ormerod) Ormerod, Checkl. Papuas. Orchids (2017) 284
Epiphytic herb. Rhizome short, with several terete, pubescent roots. Stems approximate, erect, , terete, apically 4- leaved, 12.5—19 by 0.3—0.6 cm. Leaves narrowly oblong-ligulate 10.5—15 by 1.28—2.4 cm; basally shortly attenuate; apex obtuse to subacute; thin. Inflorescences 2 or 3 per stem, axillary, emerging from between leaf bases, 4.7—5.7 cm long, sublaxly c. 20- flowered; floral bracts ovate, 0.25—0.5 by 0.1.8—0.2 cm; apex acute. Pedicel and ovary subclavate 0.5 cm long,. Median sepal oblong-lanceolate, 0.8 by 0.21 cm; apex acute; 3-nerved. Lateral sepals oblong, 0.75 by 0.24 cm; apex subacute, dorsally carinate; 3-nerved. Petals oblong-lanceolate, 0.7 by 0.275 cm; apex subacute to obtuse; 3-nerved. Lip ovate, 0.34 by 0.2 cm; in basal half with 2 divergent lamellate keels; margins minutely irregular in upper half; apex subacute; 3-nerved, outer nerves branching. Column semi-terete, c. 0.15 cm long; column foot obliquely triangular in lateral view, 0.095 cm long,
(after Ormerod 2011)