Micranthes odontoloma is a species of flowering plant known by the common name brook saxifrage. Also called Saxifraga odontoloma.
It is a perennial herb growing from a caudex and rhizome system.
It produces a clump of leaves with rounded, toothed, or scalloped blades on long, thin petioles. The branching inflorescence arises on a slender, erect peduncle up to half a meter tall bearing many flowers.
Flowers of Saxifraga odontoloma are numerous and droop on branching ends of foot tall, slender, leafless stems.
Each flower has five teardrop-shaped white petals with threadlike bases, and stamens with flat, narrow filaments that sometimes resemble additional petals.
Micranthes odontoloma can be found in many types of moist and rocky habitat types.
These photos are shooted along mountain streams in Pirin mountain.