Description from Flora of China
Senebiera integrifolia de Candolle, Mém. Soc. Hist. Nat. Paris 1: 144. 1799; Coronopus englerianus Muschler; C. linoides (de Candolle) Sprengel; C. wrightii H. Hara; Senebiera linoides de Candolle.
Herbs annual or perennial, (7-)10-30(-45) cm tall, puberulent with cylindric or clavate, often curved trichomes to 0.15 mm. Stems prostrate, ascending, or erect, usually several from at base, branched above. Basal leaves not rosulate, soon deciduous; petiole 5-10 mm; blade lanceolate or spatulate, 2-4 cm, margin entire, dentate, or pinnatifid, apex acute. Middle cauline leaves narrowly lanceolate, oblanceolate, or linear (0.5-)1-5(-7.5) cm × 1-5 mm, base attenuate and petiolelike, margin entire or rarely serrate or incised, apex acute or acuminate. Racemes terminal or lateral, leaf-opposed. Fruiting pedicels slender, erect or ascending, straight, 1-3(-4.5) mm, glabrous or pubescent. Sepals greenish white or purplish, elliptic, 0.7-1 mm, ascending or spreading. Petals white, linear, 0.6-1 mm. Stamens 2, median; filaments white, dilated at base, 0.4-0.7 mm; anthers ovoid, ca. 0.1 mm. Fruit 0.9-1.5(-2) × 1.7-2.5(-3.5) mm, didymous, not compressed, emarginate at apex and base; valves subglobose, prominently reticulate or rugose, rarely smooth, rounded on back; style obsolete to 0.1 mm, included in apical notch. Seeds oblong, finely reticulate, 0.8-1.2 × 0.6-0.8 mm.
Presently treated by Ihsan Al-Shehbaz as Lepidium englerianum (Muschler) Al-Shehbaz (Novon 12(1): 8. 2002).
Roadsides, waste places. Guangdong, Taiwan [native to Africa].