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SPECIES: Populus angustifolia Introductory Distribution and occurrence Management Considerations Botanical and ecological characteristics Fire ecology Fire effects References INTRODUCTORY AUTHORSHIP AND CITATION ABBREVIATION SYNONYMS NRCS PLANT CODE COMMON NAMES TAXONOMY LIFE FORM FEDERAL LEGAL STATUS OTHER STATUS AUT
SEARCH AND WILDFLOWER HOME PAGE   TREES      CONTACT US Populus angustifolia (Narrowleaf Cottonwood) Salicaceae (Willow Family) Foothills, montane, subalpine. Streamsides. Spring. Fish Creek Trail, May 21, 2006. Narrowleaf Cottonwood is the dominant tree for miles along foothill
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Narrowleaf Cottonwood (MushroomExpert.Com) Narrowleaf Cottonwood (Populus angustifolia) [ Trees > Hardwoods > Poplars . . . ]      Forest Type: Western Riverine In narrow groves lining western rivers; bark smooth when young, furrowed when mature; gracefully vase-shaped
Populus angustifolia is a species of poplar tree known by the common names narrowleaf cottonwood and willow-leaved poplar. This tree is native to the Great Basin in the United States where it is most often found by streams and creeks between elevation. The tree is slim in profile, with yellow-green lanceolate (lance-sh
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