Chrysosplenium nepalense ?

Chrysosplenium nepalense D. Don (syn: Chrysosplenium guebriantianum Hand.-Mazz.; Chrysosplenium nepalense Maxim. (ambiguous synonym); Chrysosplenium nepalense var. yunnanense (Franch.) Franch.; Chrysosplenium sulcatum Maxim.; Chrysosplenium sulcatum Maxim.; Chrysosplenium yunnanense Franch.) ?;  

Nepal to S. Central China as per POWO;

Nepal, Bhutan, Sikkim, Assam, S-Tibet, N-Burma (Chin), China (Sichuan, Yunnan), India as per Catalogue of Life;


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Location: Sandakphu, India
Date: 14 May 2018
Altitude: 10000 ft.
Habit : Wild 
Is it possible to identify these green herbs growing 
in shallow water?

please check Pilea peploides 

Thank you... for the ID. It seems matching but confusion about the elevation since there seems to be a vast difference.

It occurs in U.P. at 95 m  elevation near ditches and lowlands

Thank you ..., I mean is it pissible at 10000 ft.

I do not think matches with images of Pilea peploides at
I also could not find any match with existing species at Pilea




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