I hade some trouble finding some plants I hope I got the right. Ones please let me now if I didn’t.

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  1. Thanks Louise,
    great job on your Bingo card. The Brassicaceae have two types of fruits according to some authors, the ones that are three times as wide as long are called silicles, and the ones that are three times as long as wide are called siliques. Shepherd’s purse is an example of a silicle. I always remember the two words by the different endings: silique sounds like long and stretchy and if you say silicle really fast it gives you the impression the word is abruptly shortened, so short and fat.

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