Latin name: Eremothera boothii (Douglas) W.L. Wagner & Hoch. ssp. desertorum (Munz) W. L. Wagner & Hoch
Pronunciation: er-em-oh-THEER-a BOOTH-ee-eye des-er-TOR-um
Common name: Booth's desert evening primrose
Family: Onagraceae (Evening primrose)
Habitat: Open places to 6000', sandy or gravelly slopes and washes, creosote bush scrub, Mojave and northern Colorado Deserts
Blooming period: April to May
Name derivations: 1) Eremothera 2) boothii 3) desertorum
Formerly Camissonia boothii ssp. desertorum