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Plant Identification & Distinguishing Characteristics
In each box, make detailed notes regarding the plant's
physical characteristics, unique adaptations, and any other
pertinent information about its ecology.
Arroyo willow (Salix
lasiolepis)
Western sycamore
(Platanus racemosa)
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Plant Identification & Distinguishing Characteristics In each box, make detailed notes regarding the plant's physical characteristics, unique adaptations, and any other pertinent information about its ecology. Arroyo willow (Salix lasiolepis) Western sycamore (Platanus racemosa)

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