Search Results — 4 specimen records retrieved (2 records with coordinates)
Results for search: County=Tulare; Scientific name=Amaranthus retroflexus;   More information: Jepson Online Interchange

Mapping Options:

BerkeleyMapper with county and bioregion layers
BerkeleyMapper without layers.
KML export
(Note: only records with coordinates are mappable)

Download Options:
Select all records · Select records with coordinates

Include annotations and voucher information

PLEASE NOTE: Due to changes in newer versions of Excel, directly copying text from the above selected results does not produce a usable table.
    Follow these steps:
      1. The contents of the selected results window must be copied into a text editor like TextEdit for Mac or WordPad for Windows
      2. The selected results must be saved as a new text document.
      3. This new text document can now be copied into Excel or imported as a tab delimited text file.

(For large data reqests, please contact Jason Alexander,

 Please cite data retrieved from this page: Data provided by the participants of the Consortium of California Herbaria (
 Records are made available under the CCH Data Use Terms.

Click on column header to sort data (* sorts by family); click in leftmost checkbox to select record. CCH Help Page.
Turn on yellow flags to show possible range discrepancies. Read more ...
? Specimen ID Determination * Collector Collection Date Collection Number County Locality Elevation in meters Feedback
  UC246721  Amaranthus retroflexus Dr. Edward Palmer Aug 25 1892-Aug 30 1892 2716 Tulare between Tulare and Tulare Lake Comment
  UCD105583  Amaranthus retroflexus John Thomas Howell; Gordon H. True 1969-9-28 46256 Tulare Road's End, Kern River Canyon. Sierra Nevada. 1097 Comment
  JEPS54325  Amaranthus retroflexus Walter Fry 1914-10-10 307 Tulare Hospital Sequoia National Park Comment
  UCD97764  Amaranthus retroflexus John Thomas Howell 1970-9-22 47320 Tulare Fairview. 1066 Comment

  Copyright © 2019 Regents of the University of California — Updated 11 January 2019
0.08 processing seconds