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Annual, Sunflower Family.
Blooms in spring from Idaho to California and Arizona.
8-12 inches (20-30 cm) high. Single leaves have deep notches and sharp lobes.
Likes sandy flats. Similar species are the fragrant, yellow Malocthrix sonchoides in the Mohave Desert and the pale yellow, sometimes with a small red center, Malacothrix glabrata in the Arizona and California deserts.
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