Latin name: Descurainia incisa (Engelm.) Britton ssp. incisa
Pronunciation: des-kur-AY-nee-a in -SY-sa
Common name: Mountain tansy mustard
Family: Brassicaceae (Mustard)
Habitat: Dry creeks and streambanks, disturbed areas, meadows, open woodland, sagebrush scrub and alpine areas to 9000', Transverse and Peninsular Ranges
Blooming period: June to August
Name derivations: 1) Descurainia 2) incisa