Bald Cypress Nuts…

Here are some close up views of the unusual covering on these nuts. The nut shell reminded me of planks of armor fused together. These were on bald cypress trees at Pettigrew State Park. The park surrounds Lake Phelps in eastern North Carolina.

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2 Responses to Bald Cypress Nuts…

  1. Sandra says:

    so THAT’S what they are!

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