Lewisia leeana
Lewisia leeana northwest of lower Geraldine Lake, John Muir Wilderness, Fresno County, CA.

Lewisia leeana is a species of flowering plant that is a member of the miner's lettuce family (Montiaceae) and formerly of the purslane family ( Portulacaceae). It is commonly known as quill-leaf lewisia. It is native to several counties on the California/Oregon border and a disjunctive population is found in eastern Fresno County. Calflora, the comprehensive database for California flowering plants, indicates it can be found in three isolated areas; in the Dinkey Lakes area, near Crown Pass, and on the flanks of Spanish Mountain. Two other observations can be found in CalPhotos, one on Eagle Peak south of Dinkey Lakes and the other far to the east in the Blackcap Basin. My observations in eastern Fresno County are found at iNaturalist.

Calflora locations map is here.
Jepson eFlora locations map is here.
The two westernmost locations in Fresno County on the above two maps, JEPS17200 and JEPS17289, are misplots.

12 December 2015 revised 8 August 2016