Hydrocotyle peduncularis R.Br. ex A.Rich.
Richard, A. (1820) Annales Generales des Sciences Physiques : 202. Type: Brown a recueilli cette espèce dans la Nouvelle-Hollande. (V.S.).
Slender herb, with creeping stems below or above ground in litter, mostly glabrous; aerial stems arising from nodes of creeping stems, occasionally mat-forming.
Fruit ca. 1 mm long and wide, mericarps with prominent dorsal and prominent curved intermediate ribs with a row of tubercular hairs between.
Features not available.
Occurs in NEQ and from south-eastern Queensland southwards to Tasmania. Altitudinal range from 35-1135 m. Grows in moist to wet places in rainforest, open Eucalypt forest, notophyll vine forest and in creek beds in woodland. Also in New Guinea.
Becomes a weed in lawns.