Prostrate, rooting, often matting herb; stems slender, usually pilose, to 30 cm long. Leaves trifoliolate; stipules ovate, ca 2.5 mm long; petioles ca 4 mm long; leaflets broadly obovate, emarginate or truncate at apex, obtuse at base, glabrous above, moderately to densely sericeous below, the terminal leaflet 7-10 mm long, 6-10 mm wide, the lateral leaflets smaller. Flowers bright lavender, small, in axillary clusters of 1-3; pedicels 4-7 mm long; calyx deeply dentate, 4-5 mm long, pilose; corolla little longer than the calyx. Loments not stipitate, curved upward, entire along upper margin, undulate on lower margin, uncinate-puberulent, the trichomes retrorse, reticulate; segments 4-6, ca 3 mm long. Hladik 89. Collected once in the Laboratory Clearing. Flowers and fruits probably only in the dry season (December to April).