Euphorbia species ?- Sonepat, Haryana

 
 
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I photographed this prostrate herb today (30.5.09) noon-time. Sonepat, Haryana. 
Could not work out its ID. Any guess please?
Is it species of Convolvulus?
It look like Chamaesyce serpyllifolia.
Thank you for the ID, based on this, I searched the net and the plant resembles with :
Chamaesyce parryi
English : Parry's Spurge 
Wonder if it is found in India too.
It reminds me of something in Caryophyllaceae or Mollugonaceae (both Caryophyllales).  Regardless, not Euphorbia/Chamaesyce. Both Euphorbia/Chamaesyce serpillifolia and E. parryi are restricted to the Americas
 
 
 
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