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- Line drawing. Salix pulchra: A. Male catkins are sessile on the branch. B. Male flowers have 2 stamens, a floral bract with long straight hairs, and a single nectary. C. Female catkins are sessile on the branch. D. Female flowers have a villous ovary with a long style, a long hairy floral bract, and a single floral nectary that is longer than the stipe. E. Leaves are typically oblanceolate and have linear, leaf-like stipules.
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- Website: Flora of the Canadian Arctic Archipelago