Richardia scabra, commonly called rough Mexican clover or Florida pusley, is a species of flowering plant in the coffee family. It is widespread, native to warm areas of both North America and South America.
Richardia scabra is an annual, herbaceous, prostrate plant, 20 to 60 cm high. The plant has quadrangular stems, branched, colored (red-brown), very hairy. Leaves are opposite, decussate, entire, 1 to 4 cm long, broad, hairy. White flowers grouped in inflorescences at the base of the leaf (5-25 flowers per inflorescence). The corolla consist of 4 to 6 lobes and a trilocular ovary whose style terminate by a trifid stigma.