This member of the Eriocaulaceae family was
described by Wilhelm Otto Eugen Ruhland in 1903. It is found in Brazil, growing in
well-drained acid soil with lots of water and sun, but it won't stand too
high humidity. It only reaches for 15 centimetres, the flowers are gold
with white inside, and it can only be reproduced by seeds. I found mine
in Tåstrup in 2003.