I'm surprised that I have not posted my Streptocarpella. In a thread from 2003 in which that name was mentioned (for a plant that was not that), Douglas Justice wrote "Streptocarpella is a name sometimes used for the fleshy, small leafed group of Streptocarpus (Gesneriaceae -- the African violet family), exemplified by the beautiful Streptocarpus saxorum. In the currently accepted Streptocarpus classification, this group is given subgenus rank." I think that's still the case. Mine is a cutting from @Eric La Fountaine's plant in his office. Here was his in 2012. I keep cutting mine back, or starting it over entirely, so it doesn't bloom all that often, but it's doing it now. These photos are from two weeks ago; it still looks pretty much the same now.