Populus nigra L.
Family: Salicaceae
black poplar,  more...
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Etymology: Populus: Latin for "poplar," derivation obscure
Plants: perennial tree to 60' tall with dark, furrowed bark; very narrow crown; almost vertical branches from near the base of trunk
Leaves: hairy when young, finely toothed, triangular-oval shape
Flowers: 2"-3" long hanging catkin
Conservation Status: Introduced - locally established
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Robert W. Freckmann  
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Michael Clayton  
Populus nigra image
Robert W. Freckmann  
Populus nigra image
Populus nigra image
Botanical Illustration  
Populus nigra image
Populus nigra image
Populus nigra image
Populus nigra image
Populus nigra image
Populus nigra image
Populus nigra image
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