Botanical name: Craterostigma sessiliflorum Family: Linderniaceae (Lindernia family)
Synonyms: Lindernia nummulariifolia var. sessilis, Lindernia sessiliflora
Coinwort Lindernia is a sprawling or semiprostrate herb with slender hairy branches. Leaves have almost no stalks, and are wide-oval or nearly circular, with serrated margins. The name nummulariifolia means having foliage like nummus, money; referring to small, circular leaves. Solitary flowers appear on leaf axils. Flower tube is violet or white, about 7 mm; lower lip spreading flat, 3-lobed; upper lip ovate. Coinwort Lindernia is distributed in Kashmir, Myanmar, Nepal, Sikkim, Thailand, Vietnam.
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