It forms large colonies, however, being not a particularly common species, it is just occasionally found, mostly on areas of transition between shady forest and open areas both in rain forests and cloud montane forests.
Aspasia lunata is primarily an epiphyte on thick stems but often is found living over rock grooves covered by fallen leaves and humid forests where they never are exposed to direct-straight sunlight. 
- Miranda, Francisco (2006). Orquídeas da Amazônia Brasileira: 168 & 173 Ed. Expressão e Cultura, 1996. ISBN 85-208-0208-7
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