A rare beauty, the Chocolate Lily(no I didn't taste this one). Fritillaria (checkered) affinis (related) or anceolata. Other names include Checker Lily, Mission Bells. Their bulbs have rice shaped bulblets, which native americans would steam or boil. The deer seem to like nipping off the tips, along with the bracken fern fiddleheads.
Here's a relative of the grocery store cyclamen--Shooting Star, Dodecatheon(twelve gods) pulchellum(beautiful). It likes the dry open woods of the oak savannah, as does the Chocolate Lily. It does transplant well. I love their colors--magenta, burgundy and pale yellow.