Plants forming loose mats from trailing rhizomes. Leaves: petiole 1.5-4 cm; blade 1.5-4 cm. Inflorescences 6-25 cm, stipitate-glandular; bracts subtending pedicel scalelike. Flowers: hypanthium campanulate, 1 mm, sparsely to moderately stipitate-glandular; sepals spreading to reflexed, triangular to ovate, 2 mm, apex acute to rounded; petals spreading, obovate to oblanceolate, 1.5-3 mm; stamens included, 1 mm; styles included, 0.8-1 mm. Capsules brown, ovoid, (3-)4-5 mm. Seeds 50-75. 2n = 14. Flowering Jun-Aug. Rock crevices, talus slopes; (500-)1500-3000 m; Calif., Oreg., Wash. Saxifragopsis fragarioides is nearly limited to the Siskiyou Mountains of California and Oregon; disjunct populations have been found in Washington (S. Gage 1992, 1995). The known colonies in Washington are at about 500 meters, lower than those in California and Oregon.