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Model of Columbine fruit

Aquilegia vulgaris fruit; Ranunculaseae (SB). Models of various orders of plants Fruit of Columbine (Acquelgia vulgaris) (LC).

Black square wooden base with damaged paper label. Original museum label separate 50 by 90 mm. Iron pin supports dark green stem tapering to five 260mm long seed pods. Outer casing of seed pods dark green with dark braon veining, including a central vein which protrudes beyond tip of pod. All supporte dby thin wire and slightly bent, damaged at tips. On pod articulated. Held by metal hook, pod splits at central vein. One white paper label. Calyx is lighted green with black, yellow edged dots. Inside pods are light green with brown veins and four visible dark brown seeds on each side of pod. All parts in good condition. Slight tear in outer paint of one pod.
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