Dwarf, almost stemless to shortly caulescent rosette perennial herbs from a stout woody tap-root; stem sometimes clothed in fibrous leaf remains. Leaves 2–3-pinnate; ultimate segments ovate to lanceolate; petiole sheathing at base. Umbels compound, the main umbel sometimes sessile on the crown in stemless plants, reduced secondary lateral umbels sometimes present; bracts and bracteoles present. Calyx teeth obsolete. Petals white. Stylopodium low domed. Fruit ovoid-oblong, slightly laterally compressed, glabrous; ribs filiform; vittae 3–4 per furrow.
Chamaesciadium subnudum (H.Wolff) C.Norman
Trachydium verrucosum R.H.Shan & F.T.Pu
Trachydium lamondianum Farille & Malla
Chumbi: Dotag, Phari, Tawa Dzong.
Ecology: Alpine pasture.
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