Description from Flora of China
Stem slender, decumbent, 15–30 cm, sparingly branched, branches less than 6 cm, proximally sparingly pubescent or glabrous, distally densely white pubescent. Petiole 2.5–7 cm; leaf blade cordate-rounded, 2–4 × 4–8 cm, palmately 5–7-divided, usually parted to near base; segments rhombic, ovate or obovate-lanceolate, sparsely appressed-hispid on both surfaces, dark purple, base cuneate, irregularly dentate or 3-lobed towards apex, apex acute or acuminate. Umbels 20–35-flowered; peduncles filiform, longer than petioles, densely white pubescent; bracts 1–1.2 mm, membranous. Petals white. Styles 0.7–11 mm, reflexed. Fruit pale purple when young, deep brown when mature, broadly cordate-globose, ca. 1.3 × 2.1 mm, glabrous. Fl. and fr. Jun–Jul.
Wet places on mountain slopes, roadsides; ca. 1200 m. W Hubei (Badong), Sichuan.