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Willow Catkin

A willow catkin, probably a male one.  In willows the flowers are known as catkins and appear early in the spring, even before the leaves.  I am not sure which species this is but the genus name is Salix.

Photo taken beside the middle lake, Reading University grounds, Reading, UK, on 2009-03-15.

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