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;
Sagebrush/Buckwheat habitat, just above dry creek bed.
Blue Oak/Grassland habitat
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.