castilleja angustifolia var. flavescens
This flower's name is castilleja angustifolia var. flavescens but I call it the Lizzie Flower.
I found this flower on the remote East Braley Peaks at 9,200'.
I knew that this was some type of paintbrush but was having trouble determining the particular variation.
After collaborating with several fantastic botanists I either got the answer "some sort of paintbrush" or "I'm really not certain".
One of my friends suggested that I contact iNaturalist and ask one of their botanists what variety this was.
They were able to determine the variety and to my surprise, this gem was well out of it's normal area of existence. The botanist who identified the flower has asked me to take them to the top of that mountain which is only attainable by ATV or hiking, to make a verified identification so they can record the new location.
What an honor.