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A few larger flowers also grow in this valley, which I think are Desert dandelions (Malacothrix californica)

A few larger flowers also grow in this valley, which I think are Desert dandelions (Malacothrix californica) On the edge of the now-dry wet area are lots of tiny yellow flowersThumbnailsAfter crossing the little valley, I take a look back up toward the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks to look at its banded appearanceOn the edge of the now-dry wet area are lots of tiny yellow flowersThumbnailsAfter crossing the little valley, I take a look back up toward the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks to look at its banded appearanceOn the edge of the now-dry wet area are lots of tiny yellow flowersThumbnailsAfter crossing the little valley, I take a look back up toward the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks to look at its banded appearanceOn the edge of the now-dry wet area are lots of tiny yellow flowersThumbnailsAfter crossing the little valley, I take a look back up toward the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks to look at its banded appearanceOn the edge of the now-dry wet area are lots of tiny yellow flowersThumbnailsAfter crossing the little valley, I take a look back up toward the Cliff Canyon Spring Peaks to look at its banded appearance

I'm wondering what those little yellow flowers are...