Salicaceae Salix babylonica - weeping willow (Lab 11)

Category: Photo Fact Sheets Created: Wednesday, 29 September 2010 Last Updated: Thursday, 19 January 2012

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  • Salicaceae Salix babylonica - weeping willow: Bark of a tree 12 inches in diameter at breast height.Salicaceae Salix babylonica - weeping willow: Bark of a tree 12 inches in diameter at breast height.
  • Salicaceae Salix babylonica - weeping willow: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and appressed lateral bud.  Twigs taste of aspirin when chewed.Salicaceae Salix babylonica - weeping willow: Twig showing alternate leaf arrangement and appressed lateral bud. Twigs taste of aspirin when chewed.
  • Salicaceae Salix babylonica - weeping willow: Form of a medium sized tree grown in an urban landscape.  Note the drooping branches.Salicaceae Salix babylonica - weeping willow: Form of a medium sized tree grown in an urban landscape. Note the drooping branches.
  • Salicaceae Salix babylonica - weeping willow: Leaf, alternate, simple, linear in shape.Salicaceae Salix babylonica - weeping willow: Leaf, alternate, simple, linear in shape.
  • Salicaceae Salix babylonica - weeping willow: Leaf, alternate, simple, linear in shape.Salicaceae Salix babylonica - weeping willow: Leaf, alternate, simple, linear in shape.
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Species: 207 | Genera: 122 | Families: 67

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