Dwarf Bearclaw-Poppy (Arctomecon humilis) by USFWS Mountain Prairie on Flickr. One of the rarest and most endangered poppies in the world.
"As irreplaceable portions of our natural heritage they should be regarded as a national prize, as jewels of great price, and protected for future generations, whose advocacy this generation must represent.
"The low bearclaw poppy is legitimately cited as endangered under stipulations of the Endangered Species Act of 1973, as amended. Despite that listing and attempts by concerned and state agencies and many private individuals, the habitat is being systematically impacted by off-road traffic. Only prudent preservation of the habitat will guarantee survival of this species into the future."
from Welsh, Stanley L., N. Duane Atwood, Sherel Goodrich and Larry C. Higgins, editors, A Utah Flora, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, 1987/2nd ed (p. 509), 2003/3d ed, (p. 473), and 2008/4th ed, (p. 544)