Possibly Gilia ochroleuca ssp. exilis
L. McCubbin, C. Darling, F. Leist, A. Pence; some fruiting
P. da Silva, A. Pence, A. Young, F. Leist, M. A. Garcia, M. Camarillo;
Blue Oak/Grassland habitat.
ID by Steve Junak, Santa Barbara Botanic Garden (location on island approximate)
Gilia is a genus of between 25 and 50 species of flowering plants in the family Polemoniaceae, native to temperate and tropical regions of the Americas, from the western United States south to northern Chile, where they occur mainly in desert or semi-desert habitats.