Latin name: Caulanthus anceps Payson
Pronunciation: kaw-LAN-thus AN-seps
Common name: Lemmon's mustard
Family: Brassicaceae (Mustard)
Habitat: Open slopes and plains, generally alkaline soils to 5000', southern Sierra Nevada foothills, southwest San Joaquin Valley, northern West Transverse Range
Blooming period: March to May
Name derivations: 1) Caulanthus 2) anceps
NOTE: This is the currently accepted name for a species which was previously known as Guillenia lemmonii, hence Lemmon's mustard