Dandelion seed-heads

Dandelion seed-heads

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Caption: Dandelion seed-heads. Dandelion (Taraxacum sp.) seed heads are also known as clocks. The plant is often classed as a weed. Each individual seed is attached to a parachute of fine hairs, which are lifted from the composite downy seed-head and carried by the wind to a new location. The fine hairs may attach to the fur of passing animals or human clothing and be carried to a new location.

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Keywords: botany, circle circles, clock, clocks, close-up, compositae, dandelion, downy, flower, head, nature, part, parts, plant, plants, reproduce, reproduction, reproductive, round shape, rounded circular, seed, seed-heads, seeds, structure, taraxacum sp., wind dispersal

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