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Old December 14th, 2019
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The nuttall are brown with stripes , when they are ripening in tree they or green also . Seen this after a storm , the nuttall is a very good food source ,I see them in a lot of river bottom public land , this year is a bad year for them in Indian Bayou area ,
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When looking at the 2 pictures in the above post, I believe these are to different kinds of acorns. Look at the "cap" in each of the pic. The green acorn cap looks bigger and has a "Ruffer" texture than the first picture making me believe it is a Cow Oak acorn.
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