Distribution: Alaska to southern Oregon, east to Idaho and Montana
Habitat: Moist areas, open banks to dense forests, near sea level to timberline
Flowers: May - Early July
Conservation Status: Not of concern
Mat-forming, unarmed perennial, the stems herbaceous, stolonous, rooting at the nodes; flowering stems erect, short, up to 2 cm. tall, with 1-3 leaves.
Leaves with prominent, brownish, entire stipules, the blades long-petiolate, palmately divided into 5 leaflets; leaflets obovate, doubly serrate, 1-3 cm. long.
Flowers solitary on filiform peduncles 2-6 cm. long; calyx nearly glabrous, the 5 lobes narrowly oblong-lanceolate, 5-11 mm. long, toothed near the tip; petals 5, white, oblong, equaling the sepals; stamens numerous; pistils 3-6, glabrous.
Drupelets red, somewhat coherent; seeds 4 mm. long.