Prostrate bright green herb with creeping habit. Roots at nodes and occasionally forms mats. Leaves are circular or semi-circular, with 3-7 lobes. Often has a frill of long backward-bending hairs below the leaf blade. Tiny clusters of 10-12 yellow-white flowers (<0.75 mm), with a purplish tinge on long stalks.
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Shining hairless upper leaf surface, and scalloped margins. Underside with sparse hairs.
Perennial. Moist places in grasslands, woodlands forests and along watercourses.
Tracheophyta (Vascular Plants)
Magnoliopsida (Flowering Plants)
Source: Atlas of Living Australia