It is a
small annual species inhabiting the dump parts in fields;
Mitrasacme pygmae does not reach even 10cm in height. Besides,
most of which is occupied by the flower stalk; without it, a small
herb is less than 1cm in height. Leaves are opposite, of two to four
pairs, oval or oblong; .7-1.5cm in length, 0.3-0.6cm in width, tips
pointed a little. White flowers, each 2.5mm in diameter, appear on a
peduncle that emerges from the bract; bloom in August-September.