Botanical name: Microgynoecium tibeticum Family: Chenopodiaceae (Cat tail family)
Tibetan Goosefoot is a small annual herb, branched from base, sometimes erect up to 8-25 cm long. Leaves are 6-12 x 5-7 mm, ovate-broadly ovate-spoon-shaped, pointed or blunt, cuneate at base, entire-3 lobed, 4-15 mm, long-stalked. Staminate flowers occur in leaf axils, perianth up to 0.8 mm long, brownish, stamens 1-4, protruding out. Pistillate flowers have perianth very small. Tibetan Goosefoot is found in the Himalayas, from Nepal to Sikkim and Tibet, at altitudes above 4000 m. Flowering: June-September.
Identification credit: Miroslav Dvorsky
The flower labeled Tibetan Goosefoot is ...