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30. Populus hsinganica C. Wang & Skvortzov in Liou et al., Ill. Man. Woody Pl. N.-E. China. 124. 1955.

兴安杨 xing an yang

Trees to 20 m tall; bark greenish gray, deeply furrowed near base of trunk. Branchlets gray-tawny or russet, terete, glabrous. Buds oblong, viscid; scales ciliate along margin. Petiole 1.5-3.5 cm, glabrous; leaf blade suborbicular or orbicular-cordate, rarely ovate-orbicular, 3-10 × 2-9 cm, abaxially greenish and glabrous, adaxially dark green, pilose along veins, base cordate or rounded, margin serrulate and ciliate, apex shortly acuminate, often twisted. Male catkin 4-8 cm; rachis glabrous or pilose. Male flower: stamens 30-40. Fruiting catkin 13-16 cm; rachis glabrous or pilose. Capsule 3-valved. Fl. May, fr. May-Jun.

* Along rivers. Hebei, Nei Mongol

Used for wood pulp, timber for construction, matchwood, and ship building.

1 Petiole and catkin rachis glabrous   30a var. hsinganica
+ Petiole and catkin rachis pilose   30b var. trichorachis

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