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Gypsum Scorpionweed (Phacella integrifolia)
To identify Gypsum Scorpionweed, look for small purple flowers on a base that's curled like a scorpion's tail. The flower cluster uncurls as it grows. Other species have this "fiddlehead" flower arrangement, however, so also look for the deep purple anthers that extend well beyond the petals.