On the black poplar galls of different kinds grow, some from the leaf stalks, and others from the young stems.
The Bronze Buprestis (B. nea) is an inmate of the black poplar.
black poplar wood and willow offer a moderate resistance: a few revolutions suffice to penetrate them.
In the spring the young foliage of the black poplar has a yellow tint.
So he rested for some time beneath a bluff of black poplar, the while he planned his future course of action.
The cliffs of black poplar boles engulfed me at once: a sheltered grade.
Like the black poplar, it has smooth shoots, and the unopened buds are sticky.
Another fungus is obtained from the pollard head of the black poplar.
In the black poplar the arrangement of the leaves is again quite different.
The black poplar grows rarely with us; it is a stronger and taller tree than the white, the leaves more dark, and not so ample.