Chamaesaracha sordida  Dusty Five-Eyes
ANNUAL.  A creeping plant with stalked, triangular, round -lobed leaves that are velvety with straight, sticky, glandular hairs.  Yellow flowers have five-sided corollas.  Blooms April-June.  Very common on bare sunny ground, bajadas, dirt roads, etc.  C. coronopus is similar but has white and sessile leaves (compare photo).
FAMILY:  Solanaceae (Nightshade or Tomato Family)