I think the first one is different from the other two plants.
The first one could be Oxytropis microphylla, which is distinguished
by its tiny leaflets up to 8 mm long. Also the calyx is supposed to be
hairy with glandular swellings. I presume what is visible, on the
calyx of the unopened flowers, are glandular swellings.
However, I would like somebody to validate my guess.
On Aug 25, 9:51 pm, "J.M. Garg" <jmga...@gmail.com
> Forwarding again for Id assistance pl.
> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> From: satish phadke <phadke.sat...@gmail.com
> Date: 2009/7/29
> Subject: [indiantreepix:15058] PLANT FOR ID 109 SMP JUN 09 Lahaul- Spiti
> To: indiantreepix Indian <indian...@googlegroups.com
> This small Fabaceae family member was observed flowering at many places in
> Lahaul Spiti valley in Jun 2009
> ?Asragalus species?
> http:// satishphadke.blogspot.com
> With regards,
> J.M.Garg (jmga...@gmail.com
> 109 DSCN1243 Astragalus.jpg
> 109 DSCN1582s.jpg