Faujasiopsis reticulata (Oreille de Souris).

 These are small erect bush with a smooth stem that can be climbing. It usually measures between 0.30 and 0.80 in height. The leaves are subsessile, with the lamina being oval to subcircular, rather rounded at the tip and with a leaf margin that is crenate to serrate. The leaves are usually smooth except for some few hairs found on the lower leaf margin. They can measure 2.3 to 6.5 cm in length by 3.4 to 7.7 cm in width. Venation pattern is more visible below the leaf surface.

 Capitula are homogamous, discoid and occur as small terminal corymbform cymoses. Both bracts and bracteoles are few, small, lanceolate and pointed at the tip. Involucres are campanulate with 13 oblong to lanceolate bracts that measure between 4.2 and 6 mm in length.

 The corolla is white or whitish with a tinge of pink or rosy purple. It can be 3.1 to 4 mm long with a campanulate to urceolate tube that bears lobes of 0.8 to 1.5 mm in length.

 Achenes are 3 to 4 mm long and the pappus is composed of silkened hairs varying between 2.2 and 3.1 mm in length.