Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Amaranthus fimbriatus, Amaranthus fimbriatus var. fimbriatus
Search Criteria: Polygon search (not displayed); includes cultivated/captive occurrences

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SEINet Portal Network Botanical Specimens


SEINet-DES:Plants
Amaranthus fimbriatus (Torr.) Benth. ex S. Wats.
DES00082155Steve Jones   21252016-08-07
United States, Arizona, Pima, Whitehorse Canyon Road 5.3 miles southeast of Continental Road., 31.80989 -110.90736, 1043m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
Amaranthus fimbriatus (Torr.) Benth. ex S. Wats.
S Clark Martin   sn1966-08-22
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Rodent Station (Plot 1A), along Forest Road 111, 31.8059 -110.881, 1250m

SEINet-ASU:Plants
Amaranthus fimbriatus (Torr.) Benth. ex S. Wats.
S Clark Martin   sn1964-09-29
United States, Arizona, Pima County, Santa Rita Experimental Range, Plot 6A, 31.8253 -110.832, 1250m

Terrestrial Plant Collection (Herbarium Vouchers)


NEON:TPLC-HV
Amaranthus fimbriatus (Torr.) Benth. ex S. Wats.
NEON02MYE   2019-09-03
United States, Arizona, Pima, Domain 14, Santa Rita Experimental Range Site, 31.91068 -110.83549, 997m


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Google Map

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