New York Metropolitan Flora

Family: Salicaceae

Populus grandidentata
Populus grandidentata   Michx.  -  Big-toothed Aspen
Photo © by Brooklyn Botanic Garden

By Steven D. Glenn

Not peer reviewed

Last Modified 03/15/2013

Key to the genera of Salicaceae

1. Leaf buds with several scales; catkins pendulous; trees...Populus
1. Leaf buds with 1 scale; catkins erect or pendulous; trees or very often shrubs...Salix

List of Salicaceae Genera

References to Salicaceae

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