Thalictrum saniculiforme

Thalictrum saniculiforme DC., Prodr. 1: 12 1824. (Syn: Thalictrum radiatum Royle; Thalictrum rupestre Madden ex Lecoy.);

Thalictrum saniculiforme DC. Prodr. i. 12 ; small, leaf subsolitary 3-4- ternate, stipules almost free, filaments filiform, anthers short mucronate, achenes many small ribbed with a long straight beak hooked at the tip. H. f. & T. Fl. Ind. 15. T. radiatum, Royle Ill. 52.
TEMPERATE HIMALAYA ; on wet rocks and tree trunks, from Simla and Kunawer to Sikkim (alt. 8000 ft.).
Erect, 6-12 in., wiry, glabrous ; root fibrous. Radical leaf often equalling the pa¬nicle, long-petioled, stem leaves few ; leaflets 1/2-1 in, orbicular or oval, base cuneate, membranous, glaucous beneath, 3-lobed or partite, lobes rounded or mucronate. Flowers small, white. Achenes sessile, oblong, as long as their beak.—Omitted in Wallich’s Catalogue, but distributed by him. 
(From The Flora of British India (1872) from IBIS Flora)
This herb was recorded from Chakrata, not sure about the id.. please help to conclude..
The species is Thalictrum saniculiforme
SK681 28 JUL-2017:ID : 5 posts by 3 authors. Attachments (4)
Location: Shivapuri National Park, Nepal
Altitude: 7500 ft.
Date: 22 July 2017

Thalictrum sp. may be T. saniculiforme 

Thank you ... Thalictrum saniculiforme DC.
Thalictrum species ABJUL01/37 : 6 posts by 2 authors. 5 images.
Found my second Thalictrum species on Saturday. Could this be T. virgatum? Please advise.
Thalictrum virgatum—Virgate Meadow-rue?
Above Mcleodganj, Dharamshala, HP
23 July, 2016
Thalictrum species in eFloraofindia (with details/ keys from published papers/ regional floras/ FRLHT/ FOI/ Biotik/ efloras/ books etc., where ever available on net) 
Thank you ... I have seen most of these pictures and am still uncertain. The plants I have photographed here are never well-spread. I see a small cluster of leaves with half a dozen flowers on plants of short stature. I will perhaps need to collect a flower and look at the stigmas and stamens up close.
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I guess this is more close to Thalictrum saniculiforme DC. ! Thank you. Saroj Kasaju
I guess this is more close to Thalictrum saniculiforme DC. !

Thank you Saroj ji for pointing me in the right direction. None of the flora books I own mention this species and I was unaware of it.