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Entada phaseoloides St. Thomas bean

Entada phaseoloides St. Thomas bean

Fruit of the brown tulip oak (Argyrodendron trifoliolatum). When caught in the wind, the propeller-like fruit twirl over and through the forest - carrying the seeds well away from the parent tree. Taken in north Queensland's rainforest by Kaisa and Stanley Breeden, via Australia Geographic

Rainforest riches - Australian Geographic ~ Fruit of the brown tulip oak (Argyrodendron trifoliolatum). When caught in the wind, the propeller-like fruit twirl over and through the forest - carrying the seeds well away from the parent tree

Find interesting seed formations in fruits (such as this Okra) to look at closely and sketch in Garden Journals. They can also be used for stamping!

Captain Tenneal: Okra dokie , A cross section of okra sits for a portrait.

Java AlmondRare Fruit Seeds and Exotic Tropical Fruit Seeds

Java Almond - Sterculia foetida Rare Fruit Seeds and Exotic Tropical Fruit Seeds

Cyclamen Seed, Seed Pods and Seed Picture , Photo Metaphor and Inspiration for CAPI Art Students at milliande.com, seed, pod, nature, science, plant, beginnings, life

Cyclamen Seed, Seed Pods and Seed Picture , Photo Metaphor and Inspiration

Peanut Tree: Sterculia quadrifida [Family: Sterculiaceae]. Large, eye-catching red fruit with shiny black seeds. Raw or roasted seeds taste similar to peanuts. Sap used by Aborigines in northern Australia to treat wounds and stings.

Peanut Tree- Sterculia quadrifida - Large, eye-catching red fruit with shiny black seeds. Raw or roasted seeds taste similar to peanuts. Sap used by Aborigines in Northern Australia to treat wounds and stings.

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Dried Trumpet Pod - Jeauitiba

Dried trumpet pods (jeauitiba pods) are great pods to use in floral arrangements. They are hard and durable pod that is beautiful and robust.

This is a good visual for the part of the unit on identifying types of seeds. The students' will be able to see that not all seeds look the same. They will see the significant differences in shape and size.

How to Identify a Tree by Its Parts

Learning a tree's botanical parts is useful for tree owners forest managers. Also, use these tree parts and markers to make a positive tree identification.: Parts of a Tree, Use the Flower, Cone and Fruit to Identify a Tree

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