Among the many plants that present their bloom parts separately, is the black walnut overhanging my back yard. For the past week or so the pollen-bearing parts (staminate catkins) have appeared like thousands of green caterpillars dangling from the branches.
Black Walnut in bloom. Photo by Smiles
Cluster of Black Walnut staminate catkins (& Cricket).
Photo by Smiles.
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