In late April, the ground becomes littered with samaras, the winged seeds of maple trees. With the right wind, the single-winged "whirlybirds" can carry the tree's embryos more than a mile.

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Autumn Fire Japanese Maple Tree Seeds (ACER palmatum) 10+Seeds - Under The Sun Seeds - 1

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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

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Brown | Buraun | Braun | Marrone | Brun | Marrón | Bruin | ブラウン | Colour | Texture | Pattern | Style | Maple Seeds

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I Like It Natural And Pure...Always In The Country !... http://samissomarspace.wordpress.com

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Maple Tree seed pod..we used to call them "wings" as children, because of the way they flew to the ground.

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sycamore seeds...we called these "helicopters" and love throwing them and chasing them - still do this today

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