After we had found Dionysia diapensiifoia and some, not very attractive, plants of Dionysia revoluta I went for a walk higher up the mountain the next day. Here, at an altitude of approx. 2600m I found some more Dionysia revoluta. This time the plants were in full flower, some of them being rather large. This species has a more widespread distribution, and there are even some subspieces known. Later during our trip we found some more Dionysia revoluta on Kuh-e Pashmaku, home of Dionysia iranshahrii.
Its not a difficult species in cultivation, after some years plants tend to become rather loose and require replacement by propagation.