Dataset: All Collections
Taxa: Amaranthus hybridus, Amaranthus hybridus var. hybridus, Amaranthus hybridus ssp. hybridus
Search Criteria: Argentina; Only include occurrences with coordinates; excluding cultivated/captive occurrences

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Field Museum of Natural History


F:Botany
V0437013FJ. E. Montes   151581951-03-16
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437014FA. Schinini   94011974-07-02
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437015FA. Schinini   146451978-02-07
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437016FS. G. Tressens & et al.   65271999-11-04
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437017FA. Krapovickas & C. L. Cristóbal   178521971-01-31
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437018FA. Krapovickas & et al.   267231974-11-30
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437019FJ. H. Hunziker   6611945-05-13
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437020FA. T. Hunziker   123571957-04-30
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437021FA. T. Hunziker   109341955-04-09
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437022FA. T. Hunziker   116241956-01-22
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437023FG. Hieronymus   7611874-03-01
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437024FG. J. Schwarz   14391945-11-06
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437006FS. Venturi   60381928-02-15
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437007F   1111943-05-02
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437008FJ. Steinbach   27831916-06-20
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437009FR. M. Aguilar   4651945-11-14
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437010FE. L. Ekman   1171917-11-11
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437011FE. Schwindt   2211947-04-23
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208

F:Botany
V0437012FJ. E. Montes   22361946-05-13
ARGENTINA, -35.3869 -64.9208


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Google Map

Google Maps is a web mapping service provided by Google that features a map that users can pan (by dragging the mouse) and zoom (by using the mouse wheel). Collection points are displayed as colored markers that when clicked on, displays the full information for that collection. When multiple species are queried (separated by semi-colons), different colored markers denote each individual species.

Google Earth (KML)

This creates an KML file that can be opened in the Google Earth mapping application. Note that you must have Google Earth installed on your computer to make use of this option.