Ancipitia viduata is previously know as Pleurothallis viduata, these things have been reorganised now. I grow this cool and it stays wet most of the time in sphagnum, it has great roots and the wetness doesn't seem to be an issue. I don't know why it doesn't dry out but I hardly give it water and it can stay wet for ages. So it grows through the hot australian summer but I try and keep it cooler than the other plants by bringing it inside during the hotter days. It has 10 spikes this year but only one open so far, should be a great display when it finally opens completely. The flowers grow from the base of the leaf and I've included a picture where you can see a 'keiki' also growing from the base of one of the leaves and sucking the life from it. The other leaves are all mostly nice and green but the one with the keiki is 'dying' off. I have now removed the keiki and am growing it as a new plant.......sorry to ramble on.