A review of the available spectral geometric albedo measurements for Mars was presented earlier for the spectral region 0.3 to 1.1μ. A new observational study has greatly increased the store of data, especially for small Martian regions and for the infrared spectral region 1.0 to 2.5μ. Here we combine the new data with data both from the earlier review and, for the infrared spectral region, from the literature. We present a more complete picture of Martian spectral reflectivity properties than was available. This study should provide a more firm basis upon which models of Martian surface composition can be built. At visible wavelengths the Mars dark area Syrtis Major is red rather than green or grey in color; the bright area Arabia is even redder than Syrtis Major. Absorption bands, which differ between bright and dark areas, appear in the reflection curves. The 1μ absorption feature for dark areas is confirmed and more completely described. A previously unreported absorption band near 0.95μ for bright areas appears along with several absorption features in the infrared. The geometric albedo for Arabia reaches a maximum of about 0.43 at 1μ. The Bond albedo for this same area reaches a maximum of 60%. The bright area Arabia is occasionally three times brighter than the dark area Syrtis Major at red wavelengths. Published infrared reflection data available for Mars are not in complete agreement. Changes in brightness and color of Arabia are discussed which are not in agreement with traditional darkening wave theory.