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With a common name of Beach strawberry, this flowering plant is found at elevations below 200 meters along the north and central Coast of California. It has also been observed in coastal Hawaii and along some of the Pacific coast of South America.

This species typically grows to a height of five to twenty centimeters. Leaves are leathery with a petiole generally two to twenty cm; blades are one to six cm long and obovate, densely hairy below, generally glabrous above. Each leaf is rounded to truncate, with typically seven to eleven teeth. The whitish flower is generally two to four cm wide.

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