Lindernia micrantha: A10-20cm
tall annual mainly grows in damp places like paths between paddies.
Leaves are of opposite phyllotaxis, 1-3cm long, 3-6mm wide, in a
lanceolate shape with pointed tips. Stamens are four in number, the
two on the side of the upper lips are short with anthers with sharp
corners, and the other two on the lower lips are long with stick
projections at the bases. Calyxes are cleft in five. The fruit
(capsule) is about 1cm long, linear-like, and lanceolate-shaped.
Bloom time: August-October.