Tepal sepal petal puzzle

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Click the name that fits...

...this photo...

...and click the scrabbling term it illustrates.

peach  OR
garlic chives  OR 
queen Anne's lace  OR  

fritillary  OR 
baneberry  OR

 mushroom  OR
viburnum  OR 
rose  OR 
tulip  OR  

magnolia  OR 

money plant  OR  

lily

 

cyme  OR 
pistil  OR
stamen  OR  
sepal  OR 
umbel  OR 
tepal  OR 
raceme  OR 
stipe OR 
drupe  OR 
silicle  

peach  OR 
garlic chives  OR 
queen Anne's lace  OR  

fritillary  OR 
baneberry  OR

mushroom  OR
viburnum  OR 
rose  OR 
tulip  OR  

magnolia  OR 

money plant  OR  

lily

 

cyme  OR 
pistil  OR
stamen  OR  
sepal  OR 
umbel  OR 
tepal  OR 
raceme  OR 
stipe OR 
drupe  OR 
silicle  

peach  OR 
garlic chives  OR 
queen Anne's lace  OR  

fritillary  OR 
baneberry  OR

mushroom  OR
viburnum  OR 
rose  OR 
tulip  OR  

magnolia  OR 

money plant  OR  

lily

cyme  OR 
pistil  OR
stamen  OR  
sepal  OR 
umbel  OR 
tepal  OR 
raceme  OR 
stipe OR 
drupe  OR 
silicle  

peach  OR
garlic chives  OR 
queen Anne's lace  OR  

fritillary  OR 
baneberry  OR

mushroom  OR
viburnum  OR 
rose  OR 
tulip  OR  

magnolia  OR 

money plant  OR  

lily

cyme  OR 
pistil  OR
stamen  OR  
sepal  OR 
umbel  OR 
tepal  OR 
raceme  OR 
stipe OR 
drupe  OR 
silicle  

peach  OR 
garlic chives  OR 
queen Anne's lace  OR  

fritillary  OR 
baneberry  OR

mushroom  OR
viburnum  OR 
rose  OR 
tulip  OR  

magnolia  OR 

money plant  OR  

lily

cyme  OR 
pistil  OR
stamen  OR  
sepal  OR 
umbel  OR 
tepal  OR 
raceme  OR 
stipe OR 
drupe  OR 
silicle  

peach  OR 
garlic chives  OR 
queen Anne's lace  OR  

fritillary  OR 
baneberry  OR

mushroom  OR
viburnum  OR 
rose  OR 
tulip  OR  

magnolia  OR 

money plant  OR  

lily

cyme  OR 
pistil  OR
stamen  OR  
sepal  OR 
umbel  OR 
tepal  OR 
raceme  OR 
stipe OR 
drupe  OR 
silicle  

peach  OR 
garlic chives  OR 
queen Anne's lace  OR  

fritillary  OR 
baneberry  OR

mushroom  OR
viburnum  OR 
rose  OR 
tulip  OR  

magnolia  OR 

money plant  OR  

lily

cyme  OR 
pistil  OR
stamen  OR  
sepal  OR 
umbel  OR 
tepal  OR 
raceme  OR 
stipe OR 
drupe  OR 
silicle  

peach  OR 
garlic chives  OR 
queen Anne's lace  OR  

fritillary  OR 
baneberry  OR

mushroom  OR
viburnum  OR 
rose  OR 
tulip  OR  

magnolia  OR 

money plant  OR  

lily

cyme  OR 
pistil  OR
stamen  OR  
sepal  OR 
umbel  OR 
tepal  OR 
raceme  OR 
stipe OR 
drupe  OR 
silicle  

peach  OR
garlic chives  OR 
queen Anne's lace  OR  

fritillary  OR 
baneberry  OR

mushroom  OR
viburnum  OR 
rose  OR 
tulip  OR  

magnolia  OR 

money plant  OR  

lily

cyme  OR 
pistil  OR
stamen  OR  
sepal  OR 
umbel  OR 
tepal  OR 
raceme  OR 
stipe OR 
drupe  OR 
silicle  

peach  OR 
garlic chives  OR 
queen Anne's lace  OR  

fritillary  OR 
baneberry  OR

mushroom  OR
viburnum  OR 
rose  OR 
tulip  OR  

magnolia  OR 

money plant  OR  

lily

cyme  OR 
pistil  OR
stamen  OR  
sepal  OR 
umbel  OR 
tepal  OR 
raceme  OR 
stipe OR 
drupe  OR 
silicle  

peach  OR 
garlic chives  OR 
queen Anne's lace  OR  

fritillary  OR 
baneberry  OR

mushroom  OR
viburnum  OR 
rose  OR 
tulip  OR  

magnolia  OR 

money plant  OR  

lily

cyme  OR 
pistil  OR
stamen  OR  
sepal  OR 
umbel  OR 
tepal  OR 
raceme  OR 
stipe OR 
drupe  OR 
silicle  

peach  OR 
garlic chives  OR 
queen Anne's lace  OR  

fritillary  OR 
baneberry  OR

mushroom  OR
viburnum  OR 
rose  OR 
tulip  OR  

magnolia  OR 

money plant  OR  

lily

cyme  OR 
pistil  OR
stamen  OR  
sepal  OR 
umbel  OR 
tepal  OR 
raceme  OR 
stipe OR 
drupe  OR 
silicle  

(Nothing more to see below this line, except the mechanics of the puzzle.)

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Being silly again, huh? Or just wanted to see our reply?

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 Eeeeew, no way!

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Getting close, as both are woody plants... but no cigar!

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Go ahead, keep being silly. Clicks don't cost anything!

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Hmmm, we didn't mean this picture to match that term. Yet there is homophone (a word that sounds the same  but has a different spelling) that could be part of this flower's description!

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Keep trying. For umbel to apply, this mushroom would have to be a flat-topped cluster of flowers that blooms from the outer edges inward.

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Keep trying. That word could only apply if a fungus could make a flat-topped flower cluster that blooms from the center outward.

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No match -- pretty much has to be a woody plant to have a drupe. The pictured plant's herbaceous.

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No way, drupe's are "stone fruits" like cherries and peaches.

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No way, on far ends of the spectrum at least as far as scent goes.

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No, although both are biennial plants.

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No, although both grow on trees...

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No, although both the pictured fruit and the named fruit are edible...

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No, although the two are very good together in a vase!

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No, but it is another plant that has "persica" (Persia) in its scientific name.

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No, but the configuration of flowers on the stem is the same for both plants.

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No, but they are in the same family!

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No, if this plant had flowers in an umbel the birds would pluck first from the outer part of each cluster, as those would ripen first.

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No, not a match --- although the plant had to have pistils to have made berries.

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No, not a match, especially since the fruit you see is moist while the other is dry.

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No, sorry, this name is for an herbaceous plant. You need to match to a woody plant.

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No, sorry. The only money involved in this plant is its sale price.

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No, sorry. The pictured plant does have that part but it's not showing it now.

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No, that term refers to a cluster of flowers but the pictured flower is solitary.

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No, the berries you see are edible while those named are pretty toxic.

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No, the picture is of a flower, while that term refers to a later stage of growth.

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No, the picture's of a flower, the term has more to do with support.

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No, the picture's of a plant's final product, the term occurs during an earlier stage.

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No, the picture's of a plant's tip growth, the term has more to do with support.

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No, there is no berry in this answer.

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No, this flower is not from a tree.

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No, this flower makes its seeds inside "capsules" not in silicles.

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No, try again. A tepal is a flower bud cover that colors up and masquerades as a petal. Though some mushrooms are pretty showy, tepals they have none.

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Nope, although the way this plant multiplies one could wish it produced money!

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Nope, keep going. Magnolia is a tree that has the pictured plant's name mixed into one of its common names, is all.

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Nope, most umbel flowers are round clusters. The pictured cluster's a bit taller than wide and going to become almost twice as tall as it matures.

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Nope, these fruit clusters and the flowers that produced them are flat-topped, while most racemes are taller than wide.

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Nope, think springbloom for this answer.

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Nope, think summerbloom for this answer.

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Nope, this answer you chose is a bulb plant. You need a biennial answer.

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Nope, this answer you chose is a bulb plant. You need a tree answer.

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Nope, this answer you chose is a woody plant. You need a non-woody answer.

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Nope, this flower cluster's a bit taller than wide and going to become almost twice as tall as it matures, while most cymes are broad and flat-topped.

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Nope, this flower cluster's flat and wide, while most racemes are taller than wide.

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Nope, this flower cluster's pretty round, while most racemes are taller than wide.

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Nope, this flower is elongate, while most cymes are flat-topped.

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Nope, this flower is taller than wide, while most umbels are round or flat-topped.

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Nope, this flower, like most, has that part but we're using the image to illustrate something else.

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Nope! The term applies to covers that peel back as the flower bud opens, nothing a 'shroom can lay claim to.

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Nope! The term names the seed-producing "female" flower part, which a 'shroom doesn't have.

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Nope! Try again - the term applies to clusters of flowers or fruit and we're looking at just one "fruit."

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Nope! Try again!

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Nope. See the seed pods already forming at the outside edge of the cluster? That means the outer flowers opened first so this can't be a cyme.

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Nope. The outer flowers open first in this cluster so this can't be a cyme.

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Not the right name, sorry!

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Not the right plant name but the two have a scrabbling term in common!

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Not wise to confuse these two as one's quite edible, one to be handled with care.

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Now we know you're just being silly!

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Oh no, that terms refers to a dry seed pod but what's in the picture is pretty juicy.

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Sorry, no. We're using this picture to illustrate a whole-flower term. The word you chose refers to just one part of a flower.

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Sorry! And, really now, who'd call that lacy?

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Sorry! It's possible to use this picture to illustrate that term, but we're using it to illustrate something else.

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Sorry! It's possible to use this picture to illustrate that term, but we're using it to illustrate something else.

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Sorry. About all they have in common is that one is expensive and the other sounds like it could be.

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Ta da, that's a match!


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Ta da, that's a match! Mustard family plants like this money plant form their seed in a structure called a silicle.


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Ta da, that's a match! The fruits contain a pretty potent toxin, thus the "bane" in its name.


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Ta da, that's a match! We're illustrating the pollen producing "male" parts of the flower -- stamens.

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That's a negative. The term names the pollen-producing "male" flower part, which a 'shroom doesn't have.

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That's ridiculous!

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Total silliness.

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Try again. Even though the Dutch who earned fortunes selling these in the early 1600's might have called it money plant.

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Try again. That word is reserved for an elongated flower cluster.

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Try again. The term refers to a dry, flat seed pod, which is way out of the league of a spore producing fungus.

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Well done! Tepal is correct. The covers of this flower's bud don't just fold back but continue to grow and color up. They end up just as colorful as the true petals. So what would usually be called sepals upgrade to "tepals."

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Well done! That's correct.

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Well done! That's correct. The stalk of a mushroom is a stipe.

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Well, no. Although the flowers on both plants are rather flat and lacy.

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Well, no. Although they do both have white flowers...

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Well, shoot. These fruits are indeed drupes but we're using the picture to illustrate a different term.

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Yes, indeed, this plant's flower form does illustrate that term!

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Yes, indeed, this plant's flower form is a raceme. It's an elongated flower cluster where each floret has its own stalk and the tip of the flowering stem keeps growing new flowers.

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Yes, indeed, we are using this image to illustrate the flower- and fruit configuration called cyme.

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Yes, indeedy!

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You're just clicking for fun, right?

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Yes, indeed, we are using this image to illustrate pistil, the female part of a flower. That central tower of yellow is a cluster of pistils.

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Well done! That's correct. The green tails below the flowers are the sepals that were covering the flower bud and folded back as it bloomed.

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Nope! But you're close; if those green tails under the flower had developed showy color...

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That's a stretch... beauty and the beast! Try again.

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No, although these two plants are said to be good companions.

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No, but you're getting close.

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