A common species with elongate, leafy primary bracts in the inflorescence and irregularly
sublaciniate margins on its tepals. Similar to Amaranthus fimbriatus, which has
larger, more distinctly spatulate tepals with more deeply laciniate margins.
Upper portion of an inflorescence in the Franklin Mts., 9/15/06.
Flowers in the Franklin Mts., 9/15/06.
Lower branches of an inflorescence & leaves, 9/15/06.
Plant habit, Franklin Mts., 9/15/06.
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