Cymopterus aboriginum is a species of flowering plant in the carrot family known by the common name Indian springparsley.
Cymopterus aboriginum is small, flat, taprooted perennial. It has no stem, instead forming a patch of basal leaves flat on the ground. The leaves are gray-green and highly divided into tiny segments, giving the foliage a wrinkly, lacy look. It is also covered in minute, rough hairs.
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