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|date of photo Jun 21, 2009
location Bryce Canyon National Park, off of trail connecting Navajo Loop Trail with Peekaboo Trail (Garfield County, Utah, US)family Salicaceaenotes Foliage. This species readily hybridizes with Populus fremontii, and there are many intermediate forms between the two species. Populus x hinckleyana is the name given to the hybrid between the two, but this specimen seems to show leaf characteristics that are intermediate between P. angustifolia and P. x hinckleyana. Elevation ca. 7,450 feet. 6:37 pm.camera Olympus E-300 Evolt SLR digital cameraphoto category: Plant - tree
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