San Diego County, California, US
Found in Ice Box Canyon, mouth.
Note seen to often in RRC.
Unlike others I've seen, the pollen is plain white, and not bright green.
Muilla is not Allium. And botanists have a strange sense of humor.
L. McCubbin, C. Darling, F. Leist, A. Pence;
Brodiaeoideae are a monocot subfamily of flowering plants in the family Asparagaceae, order Asparagales. They have been treated as a separate family, Themidaceae. They are native to Central America and western North America, from British Columbia to Guatemala. The name of the subfamily is based on the type genus Brodiaea.