Brachycorythis lastii is a diminutive orchid species native to Brachystegia woodlands and riparian forest areas of tropical Africa. For a better sense of scale, visit the Flora of Zimbabwe page for Brachycorythis lastii and view more of Bart’s photographs–the one with the person in it demonstrates that these plants only reach a few centimetres in height. Despite the small size of the plants, the flowers apparently have a potent lemon scent.
Lacking chlorophyll, it is almost a certainty that this orchid species maintains a persistent mycorrhizal relationship throughout its development and growth. However, I don’t think the fungal partner(s) have yet been determined, as there seems to be little literature on the subject (available online).