Dataset: SHTC
Taxa: Amaranthus
Search Criteria: excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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SHTC - CSU Stanislaus Herbarium


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Amaranthus cf albus
Smith, J.   92016-04-21
United States, California, San Joaquin, Southbound on Highway 99 approx. 1 mile south from Highway 120, side of freeway; Manteca, CA, 15m

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Amaranthus retroflxus
Garcia, R.   282016-05-01
United States, California, Stanislaus, Disturbed Alfalfa field in Hughson, Ca. E of 7th street, 1/8 mi S of Whitmore. Alonf dirt road, 37.5947479 -120.860907, 38m

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Gregersen, E.   1939-08-12
United States, Illinois, Cook, Cicero, IL

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Gregersen, E.   1940-09-06
United States, Illinois, Cook, Cicero, IL

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Mohler, R.W.   491994-04-28
United States, California, Stanislaus, Near Turlock at the intersection of Monte Vista and Central Ave.

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Clark, Howard   461996-04-20
United States, California, Merced, West Shaw Ave, 0.10 mile from Shaffer Rd. "T" intersection

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T. Glidewell   92019-04-11
United States, California, Merced, Kesterson National Wildlife reserve. On the Hiking trail, 37.29708 -120.945552, 31m


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