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- tough, leathery s****, and borne in a cup-shaped cu****. Acorns are 1–6 cm (0.39–2.36 in) long and 0.8–4 cm (0.31–1.57 in) broad. Acorns take between 6...
- temporarily to a hard substrate. The most common, "acorn barnacles" (Sessilia), are sessile, growing their s**** directly onto the substrate. The order Pedunculata...
- North America. Styles are short; acorns mature in 6 months and taste sweet or slightly bitter; the inside of an acorn s**** is hairless. The leaves mostly...
- Fossil s**** within this genus have been found all over the world. The bodies of these organisms are totally enclosed by a stony gray-whitish s****. The...
- Africa, North America, styles short; acorns mature in six months, sweet or slightly bitter, inside of acorn s**** is hairless Quercus arizonica – Arizona...
- Africa, North America. Styles short; acorns mature in 6 months, sweet or slightly bitter, inside of acorn s**** hairless. Quercus ajoensis — Ajo Mountain...
- California Indians would crack open the s**** and pull out the inner part of the acorn. This part of the acorn was then smashed with a mortar and pestle...
- evergreen foliage, short styles, very bitter acorns that mature in 18 months, and a woolly acorn s**** interior. Quercus vacciniifolia is a shrubby evergreen...
- short; acorns mature in 6 months, sweet or slightly bitter, inside of acorn s**** hairless (Quercus sect. Quercus, white oaks): 2 1. Styles long, acorns mature...
- naturally free themselves from the s****, unlike nuts such as hazelnuts, chestnuts, and acorns, which have hard s**** walls and originate from a compound...
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