TOMPKINS COUNTY FLORA
Amaranthus blitoidesS. Wats.
Mitchell NYNYFA TCUSDA NY
accepted no accepted
Mat Amaranth

Amaranthaceae

CAYUGA FLORA (1926) NOTES: A weed of dry gravelly soil, on roadsides and in waste places ; scarce. July-Aug. Along the railroad, North Spencer ; railroad ballast, Renwick ; C. U. campus, near the Veterinary Building; Union Springs, by the railroad, 1881 (D.) ; w. of Cayuga Bridge, 1885 (D.). Minn, to Wash., southw. to Mo., Kans., Colo., and Mex.; adventive eastw., chiefly on railroad ballast.


BH SPECIMENS FOR Amaranthus blitoides (this list may be incomplete)
 without locality, Prostrate pigweed, annual, Summer 1932, Curtis 1302 (BH 67644);
 without locality, Tumbleweed. Annual, Summer 1932, Curtis 1303 (BH 67645);
 Ithaca, Lehigh Valley Railroad yards, Ithaca Flats, 8 Oct 1936, Muenscher (BH 49810);
 Ithaca Flats along Lehigh Valley Railroad tracks, 12 Sep 1932, Muenscher 17855 (BH 12345);
 Ithaca, Lehigh Valley Railroad yards, 2 Oct 1930, Muenscher 17474 (BH 12343);
 Ithaca, Cornell University campus, south of main College of Agriculture building, dry roadside, 26 Aug 1913, Palmer 443 (BH 12342);
 Ithaca, Cornell University campus, northeast of Veterinary College, waste places, 24 Jul 1914, Wiegand 2255 (BH 12341);
 Ithaca, railroad yards, 30 Jul 1919, Wiegand 12002 (BH 12344);

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