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Plant ID help request: Small mustard from PNW/Intermountain West of USA....

 
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Does anybody know the common or scientific name of this little mustard (photos below)?  It popped up in some soil from the Washington-Idaho area.  Thanks!
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From the pods it might be Camelina microcarpa but the leaves are very different from that.
 
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William Schlegel wrote:From the pods it might be Camelina microcarpa but the leaves are very different from that.




Yeah, from the photos of Camelina in Google Images, I would agree...can't reconcile the leaves with the silques though.  Strange, but hoping it strikes a chord with someone. Thanks!
 
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