New Virus (G7x)

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Jerrich
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New Virus (G7x)

My wife found these in the back yard.  We call them the Coroner Virus because that is who you will need if you swallow one. 

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Are those from a liquid amber tree?  My mother had one in her yard that produced and dropped these things by the hundreds each year, and they were very hard (and could be slippery) when stepped on.  She hated the tree because these were such a nuisance and in fact, she eventually took the tree out.

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Wow interesting .....................................thanks for sharing 

Jerrich wrote:

My wife found these in the back yard. We call them the Coroner Virus because that is who you will need if you swallow one.

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CMCM wrote:

Are those from a liquid amber tree? My mother had one in her yard that produced and dropped these things by the hundreds each year, and they were very hard (and could be slippery) when stepped on. She hated the tree because these were such a nuisance and in fact, she eventually took the tree out.

Interesting in Google that one of the questions listed in People Also Ask is 'How do you kill a liquid amber tree'

Most of the varieties in the UK by the sounds of it do not produce fruit with out fairly short growing season. Some years getting tomatoes to go red is a struggle. We have to put them in drawers which usually does work.

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