Identifying Seed Pods

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Plant seed pods come in many forms and the whole structure of the seeds and the protective structure surrounding them are known as the fruit. In general, seed types are categorized by features of the fruits' shape, arrangement and color..To identify trees by seedpods, you can try to identify the plant family it belongs to by lo.ng at descriptions and pictures of family characteristics and then examining pictures of individual seedpods within the correct family. If this does not work, look at individual pictures of seedpods .If you don't know which Plant Family a plant belongs to, you can just look through the p.ographs to identify a pod, or put the common name in the Search Box below..The seeds of trees develop in myriad forms, from the ".-seed" cone of gymno.s to the true fruits and pomes of many flowering plants, or angio.s. In reference to trees, a seedpod usually describes the seed-bearing structure of species in the legume family Fabaceae ..

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