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|Institution:||University of Wisconsin - Superior Accession: SUWS013365|
|Family: Salicaceae||Taxon: Populus tremuloides Michx. aspen, quaking aspen|
|Location:||Superior- Site Name: Wisconsin Point|
Wisconsin Point, a sand spit forming the Superior Harbor. Toward the end of the point
|TRSQ:||49N 13W 35 N2|
|Habitat:||Many soil types, especially sandy soils, often in pure stands. Young tree approximately 3 meters tall. Alternate simple roundish to slightly ovate leaves which have finely and regularly toothed margins. Bark whitish, smooth, thing.|
|Collector:||Stangle, Daniel C. Coll. No.: 99/14 Coll. Date: 9/7/1999|
Plants of Wisconsin
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