Essentially glabrous, erect single-stemmed perennials. Leaves mid-green, triangular in outline, 3(–4)-pinnate; petiole narrowly sheathing at base. Umbels compound; bracts few or absent; bracteoles few, linear. Calyx teeth obsolete. Petals white obovate. Stylopodium low, conical; styles short. Fruit oboid-oblong, ribs very slender; vittae usually 2–4 per furrow and 4-6 on inner face.
East Himalayan representatives are very similar in appearence to Meeboldia
species, but flowers white and calyx teeth are obsolete.
Bhutan: C—Thimphu district (Barshong).
Ecology: Shaded areas, streamside,
moist to wet habitats. 3200m.
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