Does your setup require the camera to be upside-down? It looks like it.I have tried various table tripods and always had issues with stability when using them in the field. I ended up buying a 3 Legged Thing Tim, unfortunately they don't make them anymore. If I'd known at the time I would've purchased a spare. They do have others in their arsenal which would work fine. I invert the center column which allows me to have the camera and lens close and sometimes on the ground.
This is what my macro tripod looks like and how I use it most of the time
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EDIT: I haven't done a lot of research, but these two maybe suitable