Only recently described in 2005, and regarded by many as a form of Aylostera yuquinensis, A. pygmaea, A. haagei, A. eos or A. atrovirens. Specific status retained by Mosti & Papini (2011). The description includes differences between this and the similar A. yuquinensis (itself regarded by some as A. atrovirens).
The description is here.
Plants of this species in the collection include: