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I was going to say E. incanum but I'm not sure what the key means by lobed involucres. I thought those were the leaf-like things at the base of the flower clusters, touching my fingers in this pic, which look almost toothed here, which I took to mean shallowly lobed, but pics of E. incanum look pretty similar.

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Wild Buckwheats - Photo (c) Andrey Zharkikh, some rights reserved (CC BY)
kueda's ID: Wild Buckwheats (Genus Eriogonum)
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Sulphur Buckwheat - Photo (c) FarOutFlora, some rights reserved (CC BY-NC-ND)
faerthen's ID: Sulphur Buckwheat (Eriogonum umbellatum)
Posted by faerthen over 4 years ago (Flag)
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I am assuming it's Sulphur flower: very upright leaves.

FWIW, incanum isn't on the basin list.

Posted by faerthen over 4 years ago (Flag)
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You're probably right. I need to look more closely for the involucres the next time.

Posted by kueda over 4 years ago (Flag)
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Wild Buckwheats - Photo (c) Andrey Zharkikh, some rights reserved (CC BY)
kueda's ID: Wild Buckwheats (Genus Eriogonum)
Wild Buckwheats - Photo (c) Andrey Zharkikh, some rights reserved (CC BY)
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faerthen's ID: Sulphur Buckwheat (Eriogonum umbellatum)
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